Harvard Law School Association
Council

 

The General Membership of the Council shall consist of delegates from each active HLSA Club and HLSA SIG, as chosen by that HLSA Club or HLSA SIG, where “active” shall be determined in accordance with the provisions of Article VI, Section 2.

Each active HLSA Club and HLSA SIG with fewer than one thousand HLSA Members may select one delegate. Each active HLSA Club or HLSA SIG with more than one thousand HLSA Members may select one delegate for every one thousand HLSA Members or portion thereof up to a total of three delegates (e.g., an active HLSA Club or HLSA SIG with one thousand five hundred HLSA Members would be able to select two delegates; an active HLSA Club or HLSA SIG with two thousand three hundred HLSA Members would be able to select a total of three delegates; an active HLSA Club or HLSA SIG with three thousand or more HLSA Members would be able to select a total of three delegates; etc.)

Example:
  • 1-999 members = one delegate to the HLSA Council
  • 1,000-1,999 members = two delegates to the HLSA Council
  • 2,000+ members = three delegates to the HLSA Council
Each delegate must be, at time of appointment, either a current or past officer of the active HLSA Club or HLSA SIG by which the officer is delegated. Provided notice is given to the Association, any active HLSA Club or HLSA SIG may replace its own delegate at any time and through any process, so long as the process is consistent with the approved bylaws of that HLSA Club or HLSA SIG.

For more information, please see the HLSA Constitution

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Email: hlsa@law.harvard.edu