ACBA Delegation to Conference of California Bar Associations

The Return of the ACBA Delegation to the Conference of California Bar Associations

Are you interested in getting involved with the making or changing of the laws in California and networking with like-minded individuals? The ACBA is pleased to announce the return of the ACBA delegation to the Conference of California Bar Associations (CCBA).

ACBA members interested in becoming an ACBA delegate, please log into the ACBA  member portal and select add a division, and select Conference of California Bar Associations, and then confirm your “purchase.” There is no fee for becoming a delegate.

What is the CCBA?

The Conference of California Bar Associations promotes legislative ideas on behalf of the legal community by and through individual delegates and bar associations across California. At the Conference participants can engage in debates over resolutions authored by their peers that touch on every aspect of law.  The Conference provides an ideal opportunity to hone research, writing and debate skills, to learn about important, cutting-edge issues, and to meet some of the finest attorneys in California.

For more information, please visit the CCBA website at

What does the delegation do?

The ACBA delegation is made up of current ACBA members. The ACBA delegation will meet to review and define the delegation’s position on the resolutions that have been submitted to the CCBA for debate at the Conference. Interested members may submit their own proposed resolution to CCBA to be included in the Conference, and/or attend the Conference in October as part of the ACBA delegation, where each delegate will have the opportunity to debate their position on any resolution, either as an individual or on behalf of the delegation. Each delegate may vote as an individual or on behalf of the delegation. However, members of the delegation do not represent the opinions or positions of the ACBA.

What is the time commitment?

Initially, the delegation will meet approximately 3 – 5 times between March and April to review and discuss the resolutions. Meetings will be held either at a delegate’s office or the ACBA office.