Print Page   |   Contact Us   |   Sign In   |   Register
Community Search
LCBA By-Laws
Share |

CLICK HERE

To download a pdf of the 2020 Revised LCBA Bylaws


LAKE COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION
An Illinois Corporation, Not-For-Profit BYLAWS
 
CONTENTS
 
Approved by Membership May 19, 2020

 

Article I – Denomination and Function
Section 1. Name
Section 2. Purpose
Section 3. Pro Bono
Article II – Membership
Section 1. Membership
Section 2. Applications
Section 3. Action on Application
Section 4. Change of Class
Section 5. Privileges
Section 6. Public Statements
Article III – Board of Directors
Section 1. Membership of Board
Section 2. Directors
Section 3. Officers as Directors
Section 4. Duties of the Board of Directors
Section 5. Executive Committee
Article IV – Officers and Duties
Section 1. Officers
Section 2. Duties of the President
Section 3. Duties of the Vice-President
Section 4. Duties of the Secretary
Section 5. Duties of the Treasurer
Section 6. Immediate Past President
Article V – Other Positions
Section 1. Executive Director
Section 2. Ombudsperson
Article VI – Elections
Section 1. Nominations
Section 2. Election
Section 3. Term of Office
Section 4. Vacancy
Article VII – Meetings
Section 1. Annual
Section 2. Regular
Section 3. Special
Section 4. Notice
Section 5. Annual Meeting Participation
Section 6. Quorum
Section 7. Conduct
Article VIII – Committees
Section 1. Standing Committees
Section 2. Support and Legal Practice Committee Governance
Section 3. Management & Operations Committee Governance
Section 4. General Committee Operation
Article IX – Officer, Director, and Member Removal
Section 1. Board Member and Chair Removal
Section 2. Procedure
Section 3. Member removal for Cause
Section 4. Disbarment or Suspension
Section 5. Reinstatement
Article X – Fiscal Year and Dues
Section 1. Fiscal Year
Section 2. Dues
Section 3. Delinquent
Article XI – Amendments


ARTICLE I – DENOMINATION AND FUNCTION.
Section 1. Name. This corporation shall be known as the “LAKE COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION” (the “Association” or “LCBA”) and is incorporated under the Laws of the State of Illinois as a not-for-profit corporation.

Section 2. Purpose. The Association is formed to foster respect for the legal profession; promote the administration of justice; to encourage increased competency and knowledge of current laws, procedures and regulations through continuing legal education; to promote greater diversity among the bar and the judiciary; to enhance equal access to justice for all; to uphold the honor and dignity of the legal profession; to attempt to reduce stress; and create enjoyment of life for the members.

Section 3. Pro Bono. The Association recognizes that it is the responsibility of members of the legal profession, as stated in the Preamble to the Illinois Rules of Professional Conduct, to assure access to the judicial system to those who are unable to pay for legal services. To fulfill that responsibility the Association expects that all members will help provide pro-bono legal services to indigent and low-income persons either directly or, if prohibited by conflicting professional obligations, indirectly through financial support.

ARTICLE II – MEMBERSHIP.
Section 1. Membership. LCBA membership shall consist of two classes: (a) Attorney Members and (b) Associate Members.
A. Attorney Members. Any lawyer or judge is eligible to be an Attorney Member of this Association if the person is duly licensed and registered to practice law in Illinois. Only Attorney Members are eligible to vote. An Attorney Member who is no longer in the active practice of law and has actively participated in the Association may petition for Life Attorney Membership status. The Board of Directors shall review the petition and may vary or eliminate the dues for Life Attorney Members.
B. Associate Members. Any person, including but not limited to law students, attorneys on active duty with the military, attorneys licensed by other states, paralegals, certified public accountants, and any other allied professional, may be Associate Members. The Board of Directors may adopt such requirements or qualifications and set the dues for Associate Members as deemed appropriate from time-to-time. Associate Members may not vote.

Section 2. Applications. All applications for membership must be completed online or on a form approved by the Board of Directors and signed by the applicant (online applications shall be considered electronically signed upon submission).
 
Section 3. Action on Application.
A. The Executive Director shall verify registration with the Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission of the Supreme Court of Illinois upon receipt of an application for membership as an Attorney Member.
B. The Executive Director shall verify the information contained in the application.
C. Applications for either type of membership may be accepted by the Board of Directors upon receipt of payment of dues, subject to the Board’s discretion.

Section 4. Change of Class. A member may change from one class of membership to the other, if eligible.

Section 5. Privileges. All members in good standing shall be entitled to all rights and privileges of membership, except that Associate Members shall have a voice but not a vote at the meetings of the Association and shall not be entitled to hold office.

Section 6. Public Statements. No member of the Association shall make any public statement on behalf of the Association which has not been first approved by the membership or the Board of Directors, except that the Board may authorize the President to make a statement on behalf of the Association or to respond to press inquiries.

When an officer, director or committee chair makes any public statement as an individual, that person shall have a duty to make clear that such statement is personal only and not the position of the Association, its committees or members.

In furtherance of this policy, no member, committee chair, or vice chair, past or present officer or director shall state any public opinion using the Association name or their position within the Association without the express approval of the membership or the Board.

ARTICLE III – BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
Section 1. Membership of Board. The Association shall be governed by a Board of Directors, consisting of the Officers and Directors.

Section 2. Directors. There shall be six Attorney Members elected as Directors for a three-year term, and each to serve no more than six consecutive years unless serving as an Officer. Terms shall begin in June of the year of their election on the first Friday. Vacancies shall be filled by appointment of the President with the consent of the Board, and appointed Directors may only serve until the next Annual Meeting, when a Director will be elected to serve the balance of the vacant term. The Directors shall regularly attend board meetings and prepare for meetings by reviewing the meeting materials in advance; act as liaison for at least one committee; stay informed as to committee matters; volunteer for and willingly accept assignments; attend board events and participate in fundraising activities; and build a collegial working relationship with other board members.

Section 3. Officers as Directors. The Officers of the Association shall also be members of the Board of Directors. The President shall preside over the Board but shall only vote in the event of a tie.

Section 4. Duties of the Board of Directors. The Board of Directors shall have the duty to oversee management of the regular affairs of the Association, determine policy, authorize expenditures and be charged generally with the governance of the Association except as to those matters reserved to the general membership. The Board shall meet monthly in regular meetings and in special meetings at such times and places as may be called by the President or by any three members of the Board of Directors.  Outside of regular meetings and for time-sensitive issues, the Board of Directors may also vote telephonically or by electronic means.

Section 5. Executive Committee. Between meetings of the Board, the Officers may meet as the Executive Committee and exercise the powers of the Board as they deem appropriate until the next meeting of the Board.

ARTICLE IV – OFFICERS AND DUTIES.
Section 1. Officers. The officers shall be: President, First Vice-President, Second Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Immediate Past President. Officers shall be Attorney Members.

Section 2. Duties of the President. The President shall preside at all meetings, supervise the regular business of the Association and perform such other duties as may be prescribed by the Board of Directors. The President shall initiate and recommend programs and activities to further the interests of the Association and its members; act as Chair of the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee; appoint the Chair and Co-Chair or Vice-Chair of committees; supervise the regular business and operation of the Association; convene board discussion on evaluation of the Executive Director and negotiating compensation and benefits; and ensure board matters are handled properly, including preparation of pre-meeting materials, and recruitment and orientation of new board members. The President, with the approval of the Board, shall create such ad hoc committees as are deemed necessary.

Section 3. Duties of the Vice-President. The Vice-Presidents, in order, shall succeed the President.
The First Vice-President is the operations officer of the organization and shall perform the following duties to assure the smooth operation of the organization: perform the duties of the President in the President’s absence or inability to perform such duties; assist the President and perform those functions delegated to the Vice- President; outline the duties and responsibilities of the members of the board; participate in the development and implementation of the board officer transition plans; oversee special projects; and act as liaison for at least one committee.

The Second Vice-President shall perform the following duties to assure the smooth operation of the organization: perform the duties of the President in the President and First Vice-President’s absence or inability to perform such duties; work closely with the President and First Vice-President and perform those functions delegated to the Second Vice-President; act as liaison to the Lake County Bar Foundation by regularly attending their board meetings and important functions; and delegate and oversee the officers’ and directors’ assignments with regards to acting as liaison to committees.

Section 4. Duties of the Secretary. The Secretary shall be sufficiently familiar with the bylaws to note their applicability during meetings; keep meeting schedules; ensure an adequate number of meetings are held; prepare minutes of Association Board meetings; assure a quorum is present; and issue notices of all meetings. The Association’s books, papers, and records shall always be open to the inspection of the Association’s members.

Section 5. Duties of the Treasurer. The Treasurer, working in tandem with the Executive Director, shall keep an accurate roll of the members of the Association and work directly with staff in developing and implementing financial policies and procedures; manage the board’s review of, and action related to, the board’s financial responsibility; ensure development and board review of financial policies and procedures; ensure that appropriate financial reports are made available to the board; regularly report to the board on key financial events, trends, concerns, and the Association’s overall fiscal health; review outside audit reports; and oversee the development of an annual budget. The Treasurer's books and accounts shall at all times be subject to examination and audit by the officers, or by a special committee appointed for that purpose.

Section 6. Immediate Past President. The Immediate Past President shall act as Chair of the Long Range Joint Planning Committee and work with the leaders of the Lake County Bar Foundation to foster strategic cooperation between the organizations and perform such other duties as assigned by the President.

ARTICLE V – OTHER POSITIONS.
Section 1. Executive Director. The Association shall employ an Executive Director and such other employees to fill positions created by the Board of Directors, as are needed to conduct the operations of the Association. Such employees shall be hired by the Executive Director. Involuntary termination of the Executive Director shall be by the Board of Directors. The Executive Director is not an officer of the Lake County Bar Association.

Section 2. Ombudsperson. The Ombudsperson shall serve as a liaison between members of the Bar and the local judiciary. The Ombudsperson shall perform those duties set forth in the Joint Resolution of the Lake County Bar Association and the Lake County Judges of the Nineteenth Judicial Circuit dated December 1, 2003, attached as Exhibit A to these bylaws. The Ombudsperson shall be appointed by the Executive Committee with the advice and consent of the Chief Judge for a one-year term beginning the first day of September of any given year. The appointment is renewable from year to year. The Ombudsperson is not an officer of the Association but must be an Attorney Member.

ARTICLE VI – ELECTIONS.
Section 1. Nominations. Nominations for Second Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer and Directors shall be made by the Nominating Committee not less than 25 days nor more than 45 days prior to the Annual Meeting and notice of the nominations shall be provided to the membership. Any Attorney Member not nominated by the Nominating Committee may become a candidate for those offices by filing with the Secretary of the Association a Nominating Petition signed by at least 30 Attorney Members of the Association at least 10 business days before the annual meeting. The Association shall send notice of any members qualifying with a Nominating Petition seven days before the annual meeting. Only members nominated by the Nominating Committee or qualifying with a Nominating Petition shall be eligible for election at the Annual Meeting.

Section 2. Election. The Second Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer and Directors shall be elected at the Annual Meeting of the Association, unless the slate is uncontested, in which case a voice vote may be taken. At the conclusion of his or her term, the Second Vice President shall succeed to the First Vice Presidency. The First Vice President shall, at the conclusion of his or her term, succeed to President.

Section 3. Term of Office. All members of the board shall take office on the first Friday of June of the year of their election and shall hold office for one calendar year, and until their successors are elected and take office. Any member of the board may be removed from office for engaging in conduct unbecoming of a member of the board or detrimental to the interests of the Association. The procedure for removal shall be pursuant to Article IX.

Section 4. Vacancy. A vacancy in the office of the President or First Vice President shall be filled by succession as in Section 2. A vacancy in the Second Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer or Director shall be filled by appointment. The President with the consent of the Board of Directors shall appoint an Attorney Member of the Association to fill the vacancy. The member appointed Second Vice President shall not automatically succeed to the First Vice President upon completion of his or her term. 

Should there be an appointed Second Vice President, the Nominating Committee, following the procedure in Section 1 of this Article, shall nominate a person for First Vice President and the election shall be held as in Section 2 above.

ARTICLE VII – MEETINGS.
Section 1. Annual. The annual meeting of the Association shall be held on the fourth Tuesday of March of each year or such other date within the month of March as may be selected by the Board of Directors.

Section 2. Regular. In addition to the annual meeting, the Board of Directors may schedule regular meetings of the Association.

Section 3. Special. Special meetings shall be called by the Secretary by sending notice to the members, when requested by the President or by 20 or more members of the Association. The notice shall specify the purpose of the meeting and no other business shall be transacted at a special meeting.

Section 4. Notice. Any notice under these bylaws may be sent electronically and shall be given no less than 5 days prior to the annual meeting and all regular or special meetings. Notice shall be emailed to each member at his or her address on file with the Association.

Section 5. Annual Meeting Participation. The Association shall endeavor to conduct its Annual Meeting in person to the greatest extent possible, but if exigent circumstances exist, as determined by a majority vote of the Board of Directors, the Annual Meeting may also be conducted by means of remote participation.

Remote participation may be facilitated, either in whole or in part, through telephonic conference or videoconferencing, or both. (These same procedures shall also apply to meetings for which members are given the option to appear either in person or remotely.)

A. Questions Presented. A meeting agenda shall accompany the meeting notice and identify any questions upon which the membership will be called to vote. To help facilitate discussion, members who seek to comment during meeting on the questions presented may email the Executive Director at least 24 hours before the meeting that they seek to comment during the meeting. The Executive Director shall provide the list of commenters to the meeting facilitator. Failure to provide notice in advance shall not preclude a member from making comments at the meeting.

B. Quorum. A quorum, as provided in section 6 below, shall be established at the outset of the meeting and may include anyone appearing either in-person or remotely. For the purpose of these bylaws, “present” at a meeting shall include both in-person or remote participation at a meeting. Members attending remotely shall identify themselves by using their real name (the name they commonly use at bar functions) as a screen name or, if attending by phone, by identifying themselves when called.

C. Recording. Any meeting with remote participation during which a vote of the membership will be called may be recorded, but the failure to record the meeting, because of technical or other unintended issues arising, shall not invalidate the meeting’s results.

D. Discussion. The Chair (generally, the President) who leads the meeting shall facilitate any discussion by first calling on members who emailed the Executive Director, as noted in subsection (A), above. Additional discussion may be facilitated through procedures that the Chair provides during the meeting. The Chair shall determine the duration of any discussion and submit the question to the members for vote, subject to the next subsection.

E. Voting. Votes on questions called may be taken by acclamation. If a vote requires an individual count or acclamation is not possible, then votes of the membership shall occur during the meeting by electronic means, or by such other procedure that the Board of Directors approves prior to the meeting and communicates to the members in the meeting notice. Votes shall be tabulated by the Executive Director, with oversight by the Board of Directors, and the result shall be communicated to the members electronically as soon as practicable after voting concludes.

Section 6. Quorum. At each meeting of the membership five percent of the Attorney Members shall constitute a quorum.

Section 7. Conduct. If issues involving meeting procedure arise, Robert’s Rules of Order shall be used to resolve them, unless superseded by procedures set forth in these bylaws.

ARTICLE VIII – COMMITTEES.
Section 1. Standing Committees. There are hereby created the following standing committees, in addition to others the Board of Directors may create:

Management & Operations Committees
1. Continuing Legal Education
2. Docket Editorial Committee
3. Judiciary & Court Rules
4. Judicial Selection & Retention
5. Lawyer Referral Service
6. Nominating Committee
7. Public Relations

Member Support
1. Associate Members
2. Young & New Lawyers
3. Community Outreach & Diversity
4. Gridiron
5. Golf Outing
6. Solo and Small Firm Committee

Legal Practice
1. Civil Trial & Appeals
2. Criminal Law
3. Employment Law
4. Family Law
5. Local Government
6. Real Estate
7. Trusts & Estates
8. Workers Compensation
9. Immigration
10. Professionalism
11. Debtor Creditor

Section 2. Support and Legal Practice Committee Governance.

A. Committee Leadership. Each Committee shall be governed by a Chair and, at the President’s discretion, either a Vice-Chair or a Co-Chair. The Association President shall appoint each committee Chair with the approval of the Board of Directors. Each Chair shall be appointed to a one-year term of service to coincide with the term of the appointing President. The Chair shall be responsible for the operation of the Committee and its minutes, as needed, in accordance with Article VIII, Section 4 of these bylaws.

B. Term Limitations on the Committee Chair. Any Association member selected to serve as Chair of a Support or Legal Practice Committee shall serve at the pleasure of the President with the approval of the Board. Any member so selected to serve as Chair shall serve no more than four consecutive one-year terms. After four consecutive terms as Chair of a single committee, that member shall be ineligible to Chair that committee for one year. After one year, the
member’s eligibility shall be fully restored. Mid-term vacancies in the Chair position shall be filled by appointment of the President with the approval of the Board. A vacant Chair may be filled by a Vice-Chair or such other member as the President and Board deem appropriate.

Section 3. Management & Operations Committee Governance.

A. Judicial Selection & Retention Committee. The membership of the Judicial Selection & Retention Committee shall consist of 16 members, including a Chair. Only Attorney Members shall serve on the Committee.
 
Committee Members shall represent a broad spectrum of the profession. Each member shall be appointed by the President to a three-year term and the President shall fill any vacancies. The Chair shall be appointed by the President for a three-year term. Holders of an evaluated office, and the spouses, domestic partners, and immediate family members of holders of an evaluated office, shall be ineligible for appointment to the Committee.

Any member of the Committee who seeks an evaluated office shall automatically be discharged from the Committee and be ineligible for re- appointment so long as they seek that office. The Chair of the Committee will serve as presiding officer. In the event the Chair is not present at a scheduled meeting, the Committee members present will elect a Chair pro tempore who will serve as presiding officer during that meeting.

B. Nominating Committee. The Nominating Committee shall consist of seven members, two of whom are the two most recent Association Past Presidents, the current First Vice President and the remaining four shall be Attorney Members in good standing who shall be appointed by the President. Appointment shall be for the period necessary for the Committee to nominate its slate of Officers and Directors and the Committee shall dissolve upon publication of that nomination. The Chair of the Nominating Committee shall be the most senior past president.

C. Docket Editorial Committee. The Docket shall be governed by two Co-Editors who shall be appointed by the President with the approval of the Board of Directors. Additionally, the President shall, with the approval of the Board, appoint sufficient Associate Editors to ensure the operation of the Docket. Co-Editors shall be responsible for the operation and publication of the Docket and shall serve at the pleasure of the President. Co-Editors shall be appointed by the President to a one-year term to coincide with the term of the appointing President. Associate Editors shall serve at the pleasure of the President and shall be appointed to a one-year term to coincide with the term of the appointing President. There shall be no limitation on the number of consecutive terms Co-Editors or Associate Editors may serve.

D. Other Management & Operations Committees. Unless otherwise set forth by order of the President with the approval of the Board of Directors, Other Management & Operations Committees shall be governed as set forth in Article VIII, Section 2 above.

Section 4. General Committee Operation.
A. Except as otherwise noted, Standing Committees shall ensure that the following minimum standards are maintained for their operation.
1. Each Committee, except the Judicial Selection and Retention Committee and the Nominating Committee, shall hold meetings on a regular basis. Unless otherwise approved by the President or the Board, meetings will be held not less than once every quarter of the calendar year. Meetings shall be held at a location and in a manner agreed upon by the management and membership of a Committee.
2. Each Committee shall actively promote LCBA functions outside its own purview, encouraging inter-committee cooperation beyond the Committee’s practice area. This cooperation by committee members may be either formal or informal.
3. Each Committee, except the Nominating Committee and the Judicial Selection & Retention Committee, should keep and maintain written minutes of each meeting as needed and circulate to the committee’s members. Minutes shall be prepared by the Vice-Chair, Co-Chair, or designee of each Committee and shall memorialize the proceedings at Committee meetings.

4. The Judicial Selection & Retention Committee shall be governed by and operate in accordance with its written Rules, Regulations and Standards, which shall be published on the Association’s website and maintained at the LCBA Headquarters.

B. All Legal Practice Committees shall endeavor to meet the following standards of operation:
1. Each Legal Practice Committee shall annually prepare and present continuing legal education (CLE) open to its members and to LCBA members-at-large. CLE shall be on a topic relevant to the Committee’s stated mission and must qualify for not less than one hour of CLE credit. Each Committee shall ensure that all necessary documentation is presented to the LCBA to ensure MCLE credit is obtained.
2. Each Legal Practice Committee shall annually submit not less than one article of at least 1,500 words to The Docket. Qualifying articles will discuss issues of relevant substantive law.
3. Each Legal Practice Committee shall host at least one social activity each year open to the members of the Committee. Committees may elect to hold joint activities or activities open to the Association as a whole in satisfaction of this requirement.
4. Each Legal Practice Committee shall support at least one community service project each year. This support shall be either via financial donation to a qualified charity or through donation of time either to an 
existing project or organization or to a new project consistent with the Committee’s stated mission.
C. The following shall also be applied to all standing committees and their membership.
1. Modification. Standing Committees may be dissolved, and additional standing committees may be added from time-to-time by the Board of Directors.
2. Approval of Committee Statements. No committee or member shall assume to represent the Lake County Bar Association before any legislative body, in any court, before any other tribunal, or to the media unless authorized to do so by the Board of Directors. No report or recommendation of any committee of the Lake County Bar Association shall be considered as the action of the Lake County Bar Association unless and until it has been approved by the Board of Directors or the general membership.

ARTICLE IX – OFFICER, DIRECTOR, AND MEMBER REMOVAL.
Section 1. Board Member and Chair Removal. An officer, member of the Board of Directors, or committee chair/co-chair/vice chair may be removed from office in the event of such acts of dishonesty, fraud, misrepresentation, or other reasonable cause as would prevent the effective performance of his or her duties, or who acts in a manner that causes the Association to be in disrepute.

Section 2. Procedure. Either the Board of Directors or 25% of the Association’s membership can initiate a removal action. Reasonable notice of removal under Section 1 must be given to the affected individual advising the person of the basis for removal and the date, time, and place of the hearing, at which the person shall be entitled to appear and be heard. Regardless of how initiated, removal can only if occur if eight Board Members, excluding the person subject to removal, vote in favor of removal, and the President’s vote shall also count, unless the President is the subject of the removal action.

Section 3. Member removal for Cause. Any individual member may be expelled from the Association for cause by resolution passed by eight Board Members. The affected member shall be afforded reasonable notice and the opportunity to be heard prior to Board action.

Section 4. Disbarment or Suspension. Any member of this Association disbarred from practice by final order of the Supreme Court of this State shall automatically forfeit membership in this Association. If any member of this Association shall be suspended from the practice of law by order of the Supreme Court of this State, the membership of such person in this Association shall likewise be suspended. Upon reinstatement by the Supreme Court, membership in the Association shall likewise be reinstated.

Section 5. Reinstatement. Reinstatement to practice after disbarment shall not reinstate such person to membership in this Association, but such disbarred member shall seek re-admittance in the manner provided for original applicants.

ARTICLE X – FISCAL YEAR AND DUES.
Section 1. Fiscal Year. The fiscal year shall begin on the first day of July in each year.

Section 2. Dues. Annual dues shall be payable on the first day of July of each year. The Board of Directors may authorize other dues cycles such as monthly (due on the first day of each month), as deemed necessary to foster and enhance the membership experience.

Section 3. Delinquent. Members shall be considered “delinquent” if they have not paid their dues by the day on which they are due. Any member who is delinquent in dues payment for more than 30 days shall immediately have all benefits of membership suspended. The Executive Director and his or her staff shall diligently seek to collect dues from delinquent members. On the thirtieth day after the member becomes delinquent, the Executive Director shall inform the member that membership has been withdrawn effective on that date. Full membership shall automatically be reinstated upon full payment of all outstanding dues.

ARTICLE XI – AMENDMENTS.
Amendments may be made to these bylaws only by a vote of two-thirds of the members present at any meeting called for that purpose. No proposed amendment shall be considered unless the proposed amendment shall have been included verbatim in the notice for the meeting at which it is to be considered.

These bylaws shall be in full force and effect from and after the date of their passage.

Ratified and Adopted this 9th day of September, 1977.
Ratified and Amended this 16th day of May, 1983.

Ratified and Amended this 28th day of March, 1989.

Ratified and Amended this 28th day of March, 1995.

Ratified and Amended this 24th day of March, 1998.
Ratified and Amended this 27th day of April, 1999.

Ratified and Amended this 24th day of October, 2000.

Ratified and Amended this 24th day of October, 2006.

Ratified and Amended this 20th day of March, 2008.

Ratified and Amended this 18th day of May 2012.
Ratified and Amended this 19th day of May, 2020.

Featured Members

Online Surveys
Membership Software Powered by YourMembership  ::  Legal