William R. Bay
An accomplished litigator with a career-long record of service to the local, state and national bar, Bill Bay is a St. Louis partner with Thompson Coburn LLP, an AmLaw 200 firm with offices across the United States. As the chair of the ABA House of Delegates, Bill serves in the second-highest office in the ABA and leads the organization’s policymaking body.Read - Full Bio
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Webinar: Preparing a Resolution with Report
Tips for Drafting, Submitting, and Revising Resolutions
The purpose of this webinar is to offer suggestions and give an introduction on tips for drafting, submitting and revising a Resolution with Report. Guest Speakers: Christina Plum and Jennifer Parent..
The House of Delegates will meet virtually on Monday, August 3 and Tuesday, August 4, 2020. Registration for the meeting is required.
2020 Delegate-at-Large and Vacancy Elections
The Constitution of the American Bar Association provides that there shall be eighteen Delegates-at-Large in the House of Delegates. Six Delegates-at-Large are elected at each Annual Meeting to serve three-year terms. All lawyer members who have registered for the Annual Meeting are entitled to vote for Delegates-at-Large Elections.
The House of Delegates met during the 2020 Midyear Meeting on Monday, February 17, 2020, at the JW Marriott Hotel, in Austin, Texas.
E-book of Resolutions with Reports
Obtain copies of Report Books from a Midyear or Annual Meeting
How an Idea Becomes ABA Policy
The House of Delegates is the policy-making body of the ABA. Any ABA member can bring a resolution or the supporting report to the House. So, if you have an idea for a new piece of legislation to improve our justice system or some other aspect of the law, bring it to the House of Delegates. Watch the video to learn more.