Article I: The Chapter

Section 1. This society shall be called the Bradley Chapter of Delta Upsilon Fraternity.


Section 2. These By-Laws are intended to supplement and be deemed subordinate to the Constitution By-Laws of the Delta Upsilon Fraternity. Wherever any conflict should arise between any provisions in these By-Laws and any provisions in the Constitution or By-Laws of Delta Upsilon Fraternity, the latter shall prevail. 

Section 3.  The chapter shall consist of all members thereof, both graduate and undergraduate, and every member shall enjoy equal rights and privileges therein, except otherwise provided by these By-Laws of Delta Upsilon Fraternity, hereinafter referred to as the General Fraternity.

Section 4.  The chapter shall have full power and authority to collect, receive, hold and disburse funds for the general purpose of operating the Chapter and to receive property by gifts, devise, bequest or otherwise. Where a legacy is payable to the Chapter rather than the Bradley Chapter of Delta Upsilon, Incorporated, and such legacy is legal under the laws of the state of Illinois, the Chapter shall receive the legacy.



Article II: Membership

Section 1.  Any duly enrolled male student of Bradley University may become a member of this Chapter at a meeting thereof, unless otherwise provided in these By-Laws or in the Constitution or By-Laws of the General Fraternity.

Section 2.  A person shall be admitted into full membership through the Rites of Initiation as adopted by the Convention and Annual Assembly, or as otherwise provided in Article I, Section 1 of the Constitution of the General Fraternity.

Section 3.  No person shall become a member of the Bradley Chapter of Delta Upsilon Fraternity if more than two (2) negative votes are cast against him by the voting members of the Active Chapter. The vote shall be taken at any one of the four (4) PECs, three (3) coming in the first semester and one (1) in the second. The PEC chapter meeting shall be held before the associate member PEC, with any negative votes becoming official at the associate member PEC. The Active members casting the negative vote must attend both the PEC Chapter meeting and the associate member PEC for his vote to be valid. If a negative vote is thrown, it remains valid until removed by the Brother throwing it. In order for an active to throw a negative vote he must have talked to the associate member at least two (2) weeks before and give the associate member an interview. The Associate member Educator has the obligation to call an emergency PEC. The vote shall be by open ballot. There shall be a maximum of three (3) re-votes if requested by an active member. Also, membership into the Chapter may be denied if one (1) negative vote is cast at the appropriate time during Rite II of Initiation.

            If an associate member completes the Associate member Program and has one (1) or two (2) still cast against him, he becomes a holdover. If he then successfully completes his holdover semester and still has less than three (3) negative votes cast against him, he will become an Active Member of Delta Upsilon Fraternity.

Section 4.  No member shall be relieved of any of the responsibilities, nor denied any of the privileges applicable to undergraduate members, under these By-Laws or under the Constitution or By-Laws of the General Fraternity unless he has become an alumnus member or as otherwise provided in these By-Laws or in the Constitution or By-Laws of the General Fraternity.


ARTICLE III: Associate membership

Section 1.  No person shall have a bid of associate membership extended to him except upon unanimous vote by the Chapter. Two negative votes or less shall constitute a unanimous vote for pledging only. The balloting for those persons, herein after referred to as the rushees, shall be done by open ballot. Any member present and voting may request one (1) re-vote.

Section 2.  No person shall be admitted to membership in this Chapter unless, during his associate member semester, he successfully completes at least twelve semester hours, and his grade point average (GPA) for those classes in that semester is at least a 2.75/4.0 scale. Any person who has completed all associate member requirements except that of academic achievement will maintain associate member status for a period of one semester. Following review by the Associate member Education Committee, which will set requirements for each second semester associate member, the non-active brother has one semester to meet the requirements set for him by the Associate member Education Committee. In addition, the hold-over will have to meet a GPA of 2.75/4.0.  Failure to meet these requirements will result in his dismissal from the Chapter Associate member Program. He may reapply for associate membership as set by Article II, Section 3 of these By-Laws.

Section 3.  If an associate member completes less than twelve semester hours, due to a withdrawal from one course only, the associate member shall retain the option to complete a January/May interim course to satisfy the twelve semester hour minimum requirement.  Assuming the associate member completes the interim course, earns above the minimum grade point average (2.75) after re-calculation, and completes all other necessary requirements, he shall be admitted into membership. 

Section 4.  Under no circumstance shall an associate member lavaliere.

  

ARTICLE IV: Elected Officers

Section 1.  The elected officers of this Chapter shall be: President, Vice-President, Financial Officer, Membership Development, Chapter Relations, Recording Secretary, Director of Academics, Director of Loss Prevention, and Associate member Educator

Section 2.  The officers of this Chapter shall be chosen by a majority vote of the Undergraduate Chapter. The tenure of each office shall be one year with no limitation as to the number of terms that can be served. The Financial Officer shall be subject to the approval of the Alumni Corporation Board.

Section 3.  Presidential nominations shall occur the second to last chapter of December; elections shall take place the following week. Nominations for all other positions shall take place the first meeting of the Chapter of second semester with elections the following Sunday and a special meeting of the Chapter. If the election conflicts with a holiday it will take place on the following Sunday after the said holiday. The time of the said elections shall be determined by the President and approved by the Executive Council. The order of nominations and subsequent election shall be: President, Vice President, Financial Officer, Membership Development, Chapter Relations, Director of Academics, Director of Loss Prevention, Associate member Educator, and Recording Secretary respectively. Duly elected officers shall be installed into their respective offices through the Chapter Rite of Installation. The President shall post a notice of the forthcoming elections of Chapter Officers one (1) week in advance of the elections. Said shall state the date, time, and place of the meeting at which the elections are to be held.

Section 4. A member which is on academic probation at Bradley University or who has a cumulative GPA of less than 2.80 cannot hold any elected office within this chapter.

Section 5.  The occurrence of a vacancy in the office of President shall be filled by the Vice President, Financial Officer, Membership Development Officer, Chapter Relations Officer, Director of Academics, Director of Loss Prevention, Associate member Education Officer, and Recording Secretary, in that order of succession, until a special election can be held to fill the office of President. Vacancies occurring in any other position shall be filled in the following meeting of the chapter using a special election.

Section 6.  The President shall be responsible for the observance of the Fraternity’s purposes and ideals of the members of the Active Chapter. He shall be responsible for the determination and maintenance of Chapter Policy. The President shall preside at all meetings of the Chapter, both special and regular, and shall perform such other duties as may be prescribed by the active Chapter. He shall be an ex-officio member of all committees of this Chapter. The President of the Chapter shall receive ½ off of all related house expenses. A national bonding company shall bond the President.

Section 7. The Vice President shall perform the duties of the President in the absence or disability of the latter, and he shall be the Chairman of the Executive Council. He shall be responsible to the President for the conduct and performance of each subordinate officer and, through them, each committee they supervise. He shall be responsible for the fire regulations and basic upkeep of the house according to the University/City and IHQ standards. He shall oversee the appointment of committee members, both standing and special. The Vice-President appoints the systems admin with approval of the Executive Council. He shall not have a vote on the Executive Council except when there is a tie. The Vice President is eligible for free formal and semi-formal events. The vote shall be taken at least three weeks before elections occur. A national bonding company shall bond the Vice President.

Section 8. The Financial Officer, otherwise known as the Treasurer, of the Chapter shall have charge of all financial matters relating to the Chapter, subject to the supervision of and under the direction of the Alumni Corporation Board. He shall report weekly to the Chapter at its meeting with a correct statement of financial position thereof, and upon request of the General Fraternity shall make any report to the General Fraternity. The Financial Officer appoints the Assistant Treasurer and House Steward with the approval of the Executive Council. The Financial Officer is eligible for 3/8 off of all related house expenses. The vote shall be taken at least three weeks before the elections occur. A national bonding company shall bond the Financial Officer.

Section 9. The Membership Development Officer shall coordinate the committees of Leadership, Sports, Spirits and Traditions and Membership Education. The Membership Development Officer shall appoint his own committee heads with the approval of the Executive Council. The Membership Development Officer is eligible for free formal and semi formal events as well as favors.

Section 10. The Chapter Relations Officer shall be responsible for outside relations of the chapter. He shall coordinate the committees of Alumni Relations, Parent Relations, Public Relations and Philanthropy. The Chapter Relations Officer shall appoint his own committee heads with the approval of the Executive Council. The Chapter Relations Officer is eligible for free formal and semi formal events as well as favors.

Section 11. The Director of Academics shall be in charge of maintenance of test files and teacher files. He shall also produce major lists, study skills programs and other activities promoting the academic welfare of the members and associate members. He is also responsible for meeting with the academic advisor twice a month and running the scholarship tournaments. The Director of Academics appoints the Academic Resource Manager with the approval of the Executive Council. The Director of Academics is eligible for free formal and semi-formal events.

Section 12. The Director of Loss Prevention shall be in charge of making sure every aspect of the house is following guidelines set forth in applicable risk management policies. He is in charge of the crisis plan, alcohol awareness, and party regulations of the house according to the University/City and IHQ standards. The Director of Loss Prevention is responsible for appointing and coordinating with the Social Committee. The Director of Loss Prevention is eligible for free formal and semi-formal events.

Section 13. The Associate member Educator shall be responsible for Fraternal and Leadership Education of all associate and new members. He shall coordinate and be chairman of the Associate member Education Committee. The Associate member Educator is eligible for free formal and semi formal events as well as favors.

Section 14. The Recording Secretary shall keep a typed record of the proceedings of each regular and special chapter meeting and post the minutes of the bodies in a timely fashion. He shall be responsible for keeping a master copy of the by-laws up to date, as well as record all chapter policies. He shall submit a record of all the chapters meetings to the General Fraternity at the request of the General Fraternity. The Recording Secretary is eligible for free formal and semi-formal events.

Section 15. The President, Vice President, Financial Officer, and Associate member Educator must reside in the chapter house. All other officers have priority to openings and must reside in house no later than the fall semester following their elections. The Executive Council shall determine priorities to openings among officers per semester.


ARTICLE V: Appointed Officers

Section 1. The appointed officers shall be: Rush, House Manager, St. Jude Chair, Social Chair, Steward, Webmaster, Academic Resource Manager, Systems Admin and any other officer the President deems necessary with the approval of the Executive Council.  No member of the Executive Council shall serve in an ex officio position of the fraternity. 

Section 2. All appointed officers should be appointed by the Executive Council following the newly elected installations. The Executive Council shall have the sole power to remove any appointed officer from his office.

Section 3. The duties and obligations of the appointed officers and their respective committees shall be determined by the needs and conditions of the Chapter during the time which they hold office, except where provided in Article VI of these by-laws.

Section 4. The appointed officers are ex-officio members of the Executive Council with no voting privileges. They must submit a weekly report to the Executive Council.

Section 5. The term for appointed officers shall be one year, except for the term of the House Manager, whose term shall be one semester. There shall be no limit on the number of terms one may serve.

Section 6.  The Chief Justice is elected from a pool of candidates voted upon by the Executive Council. The Chief Justice shall appoint a Judicial Board with approval of the Executive Council.  The Board shall contain the Chief Justice and four members, one representative from each collegiate year (i.e. freshman, sophomore, etc.). Under no circumstances shall an Executive member serve on the Judicial Board.  Should the Chief Justice feel a member on the Judicial Board is impaired or incapable of performing his duties, an impeachment process shall occur.  In order to impeach a member the Executive Council shall vote in favor of the impeachment by a supermajority (2/3).

 

ARTICLE VI: Standing Committees

Section 1. The standing committees shall be: Executive Council, Associate member Education, Brotherhood, Rush, House Maintenance, Spirit and Traditions, Philanthropy, Public Relations, Parent Relations, St. Jude, Webmaster and any other committees deemed necessary by the President with the approval of the Executive Council.

Section 2. The Executive Council of this Chapter shall consist of the Vice President as Chairman, the President, Financial Officer, Membership Development Officer, Chapter Relations Officer, Director of Academics, Director of Loss Prevention, Associate Member Educator, Recording Secretary with no limit to the number of terms served. Ex-officio members of the Executive Council shall be the Past President, House Manager, Rush, St. Jude and Webmaster. The Past President is an ex-officio member for one semester following the election of the new President. Each member of the Executive Council, with the exception of ex-officio members, shall have one vote, with the exception of the Vice President who only votes in the event of a tie, on all business conducted by the Executive Council.

            The Executive Council shall determine and establish all house policies and practices necessary and proper to the orderly functioning of the chapter. It shall also have the power to enforce those policies through the use of fines or any other measure deemed appropriate by the council. Any member of the active chapter may recommend any other member of the active chapter or associate member to the council in written form and submitted to the Vice President by noon of the day on which the council is scheduled to meet no later than one week after the act of recommendation was committed. The Secretary of the council shall be the recording secretary and shall post all business and decisions of the council. Any member of the chapter who is fined or otherwise penalized may appeal the decision either in person or in writing at the next meeting of the Executive Council. If an appeal is made a meeting of the Judicial Board will be called to deliberate and decide whether the fine is justly issued. If no appeal is made at this time, any further right to appeal is forfeited, except through a vote by the chapter. Any decisions of the Executive Council may be overturned by a ¾ vote of the active chapter present at the regular weekly chapter meeting. The Executive Council shall also pass all items not covered by these by-laws or precedent. The council shall meet at a date, place and time determined by the Vice President at the beginning of each semester. The Chairman at his discretion may call a special session of the council. A quorum of the Executive Council shall be six voting members.

Section 3. The Associate Member Education Committee (PEC) is to be composed of the Associate member Educator as Chairman, the President and/or Vice President, Associate member Assistants and any other member the Associate member Educator deems appropriate. This committee shall be responsible for investigation the problems and concerns of the associate members and recommend a corrective policy to be assumed by the chapter.


ARTICLE VII: Finance

Section 1. There shall be an associate member fee, which shall be paid at the time of pledging. Said fee shall be set in accordance to Article VI, Section 3 of the by-laws of the General Fraternity.

Section 2. An initiation fee shall be levied upon each associate member at the time of his initiation. No associate member shall be allowed initiation until said fee is paid. Said fee shall be set in accordance to Article VI, Section 3 of the by-laws of the General Fraternity.

Section 3. No Associate Member shall be allowed initiation into the Chapter until the Associate Member signs the OmegaFi contract, which includes submitting their social security number to protect the chapter from financial obligations.

Section 4. The President and Financial Officer, with the advice of the Alumni Corporation Board, shall have the power to establish the rates for room, board, social, maintenance and summer dues.

Section 5. It shall be the duty of the Financial Officer to see that all the house bills are paid in timely fashion. The Financial Officer shall have the power to bring disciplinary action against those who are needlessly delinquent in paying their house bills.

Section 6. In the event that the house is not full, brothers will be required to move in according to lowest active seniority rank. Seniority is determined by semesters lived in house first, then by all house seniority. If brothers forfeit their right to live in-house, the penalty will be to pay the house bill entirely, or be expelled from Delta Upsilon Fraternity. In the event that a brother wishes to move out of house, moving out goes according to those who have the most in-house seniority. This applies to moving out at the semester as well as at the end of the year. If a brother decides to move out at the semester, he is responsible for finding a replacement and/or buying out the university-housing contract. Exemptions from this policy include RAs, ARAs, Varsity Athletes and Commuters.

 Section 7. Any member living out of house when it is less than full must pay a full house bill.

Section 8. A special assessment may be levied by the passage of a motion or so an assessment by 2/3 affirmative vote of those members voting at the chapter meeting.

Section 9. Full officer discounts will be given for a full chapter house (34 members living in house). If the fraternity house is not filled to capacity all officer discounts will be handled as a percentage of those members living in divided by the house capacity. Officer discounts are also forfeited if impeached while in office, requiring the member to repay the fraternity their discount.

 

ARTICLE VIII: Chapter and Financial Board

The Chapter Financial Board shall be composed of the President, Vice President, Financial Officer and the President and Financial Officer of the Alumni Corporation Board. This board shall supervise, aid and advise the Financial Officer with his duties with regular meetings set by the Board.



 ARTICLE IX: Chapter Meetings

Section 1. All Chapter meetings shall take place on Tuesday nights at 9:33 PM during the academic year unless stated otherwise by the President.

Section 2. The President at his discretion may call special meetings any time during which school is in session. Notice of special meetings must be posted at least 24 hours ahead of the time of convening. There shall be no special meetings during the week of semester final examinations.

Section 3. There shall be no alcoholic beverages permitted at chapter meetings.

Section 4. Any member may be expelled from any Chapter Meeting, either regular or special, for ungentlemanly conduct, disrupting the order of the meeting or for any other reason deemed valid by the President.

Section 5. A majority of the Active Chapter constitutes a quorum.

Section 6. The meetings of the Chapter shall be governed by these by-laws and by the constitution and by-laws of the General Fraternity. Any area not covered herein shall be subject to Roberts Rule of Order Revised.

Section 7. All undergraduate members are required to attend all Chapter meetings, regular and special called by the President in accordance with these by-laws. If a member is unable to attend a meeting he must notify the Recording Secretary prior to the commencement of said meeting. Failure to do so will result in an unexcused absence. If a member is unexcused more than once during the semester he forfeits his right to vote on all chapter matters.

 
ARTICLE X: Suspension and Expulsion

Section 1. No member shall be expelled except in accordance with Article II, Section 4 of the by-laws of the General Fraternity.

Section 2. No member shall be suspended/expelled without a proper hearing through the Judicial Board.

             2a. A letter must be given to the member in question two weeks prior to the trial. The letter must be signed by at least one active member from the sophomore, junior, and senior class.

2b. The trial process is mandatory for all active members, optional for affiliated members, and off limits to non-members.  Chief Justice will establish a quorum and then read the letter that was presented to the member in question to the chapter. After reading the letter Chief Justice gives the member in question an opportunity to speak to the chapter. The chapter then has the opportunity to question the defendant. After the defendant has answered questions he has the choice whether to remain in the room in silence or be escorted out by the sergeant in arms. First speaker for the prosecution presents his argument and answers questions. First speaker for the defense presents his rebuttal and answers questions. Repeat for the second prosecution and defense speakers. Chief Justice opens the floor for debate. Any active member can motion to vote. Votes are to be counted by the Chief Justice and judicial board. A two-thirds vote of the active members present shall be needed to expel member. For suspension case a majority is needed to suspend member.

Section 3. A member may not terminate his membership in this Chapter or the General Fraternity, nor shall he be dismissed there from except, through expulsion provided, however, that a member by petition for a leave to resign pursuant to Article II, Section 8 of the Constitution of the General Fraternity.


ARTICLE XI: Impeachment and Resignations

Section 1. With evidence or malfeasance, neglect of office, or inappropriate conduct, any officer may be impeached by the following procedure: Three members must bring impeachment charges against the accused officers by submitting a list of particulars to the Chapter at any of its regular meetings. Said list of particulars shall state all acts or deems the commission or emission of which the impeachment is being prosecuted; the three prosecuting members shall sign the list of particulars. The list of particulars shall be tabled for one week following their introduction. During the intervening week it shall be the responsibility of the President to present the accused officer either verbally or in writing the charges brought against him and the time, date and place of the meeting that said charges shall be prosecuted. The prosecuting members shall be allowed to present their case against the accused officer for a maximum of 20 minutes. The accused officer shall be allowed to subpoena an active or associate member to help in presenting its respective case. A vote of two-thirds vote of the active members of the Chapter shall be needed for the removal of the officer from his office. At the next chapter meeting nominations and elections will take place in order to fill the position. Installation of the newly elected officer shall take place immediately following his election.

Section 2. Resignation from any office shall be requested by letter to the President of the Chapter. Upon presentation of the letter of resignation, nominations should be held for the office being vacated. The resignation shall be considered by the Chapter at the first weekly meeting of the Chapter following the induction of the letter. Upon the acceptance of the resignation by the Active Chapter, a member shall be elected from those nominated at the proceeding Chapter meeting. The installation of the newly elected officer shall take place immediately following his election.


ARTICLE XII: Discipline


Section 1. The President and executive council shall have the disciplinary power, where necessary to fine or castigate, within reason, any active or associate member who, in the eyes of the President or executive council, has committed any act or broken any rule causing any degree of detriment to the Fraternity or its members. The decisions of the President and/or executive council may be challenged by any member of the Chapter and overturned by a ¾ vote of the members present at the weekly chapter meetings.

Section 2. Any damage done to the house, grounds, or any furnishings thereof, or to any object which is considered the property of the chapter as a whole, which is caused by an

action of any member of the chapter, shall be replaced or repaired with items or materials of equal quality. Any damage that is deemed negligent by the executive council shall be paid for on the part of the damaging party or parties. If the negligence is considered to be reoccurring or chronic by the executive council on the part of the damaging party/parties, a fine or penalty may also be levied. All other damage shall be paid for out of the General Fund.

Section 3. The executive council shall have the power to fine or penalize any member of the chapter whose conduct is deemed by them to be detrimental to the welfare of the chapter and the brothers.

Section 4. The House Maintenance Committee shall select and assign all house duties and inspect said duties. The House Maintenance Committee shall establish and dispense fines for duties as its discretion with the approval of the executive board.


Section 5. The chairman of the executive council shall be responsible for seeing that the chapter is well informed of all house rules and established fines.

Section 6. The use or abuse of any illicit or controlled substances on Fraternity Property, or its use at, or in conjunction with, any House activity is strictly prohibited and will result in the immediate implementation of expulsion proceedings against that member or members pursuant to Article II Section 4 of the by-laws of the General Fraternity.

Section 7. Any active member of the fraternity whose cumulative GPA falls below a 2.75 will be considered to be on academic probation. Said member would choose to complete 10 hours of study time in the library per week, or go on social probation.  Any member on social probation would not be allowed to attend certain chapter events, to be determined by the Executive Council. Such events could include but not be limited to formal, semiformal, sorority mixers, sporting events, and other social events held by the fraternity and/or by its members. At which time the cumulative GPA of the member rises above the activation requirement, he will be removed from academic probation.  Each member will be judged on a case by case basis by the Executive Board.

 

ARTICLE XIII: Recruitment

Section 1. After 20% of the chapter has met a given informal rushee, a tally of downs or negative votes shall be taken. Two or fewer downs will result in the rushee being bid. If he has not met at least 20% of the chapter, the Rush Chairman shall allow him a period of time deemed appropriate to meet more members. If 20% of the chapter has not met him by the second voting, he will not be extended a bid until the following semester.

 

ARTICLE XIV: Miscellaneous

Section 1. All member of the chapter shall live in the chapter house. If there is not adequate space for all members, the following system shall be utilized to determine who shall live in house and who shall not. The system will also establish house seniority for the selection of duties and privileges and for room selection. Seniority shall be based on the following criteria in this order:

1.The President shall always have top seniority.

2.Members with the most semesters’ active in-house will be considered first.

3.In the event of a tie for semesters in house, semesters Active will be considered. Those active the longest will have higher seniority.

4.Remaining ties shall be broken by roll book seniority.

For the purpose of room selections, squatter’s rights shall supersede all seniority. Squatter’s right may only be exercised by an active member who has lived in any given room for a semester or longer at the time of room selections. After squatter’s rights, room selection will proceed according to the average seniority of the roommates, highest average seniority to the lowest. Ties between roommate groups shall be broken with the first choice going to the individual with the highest seniority. All non-active members shall be grouped together and ranked with other non-actives from their associate member classes, immediately following the lowest active.

Section 2. Senior members, who are on Alumni status, second semester seniors and super-seniors, are exempt from attending active chapter meetings. Alumni status shall be defined as a member having completed four years of college and not required paying house dues. Those on alumni status will not have a vote at chapter meetings.

Section 3. The United States and Delta Upsilon Fraternity flags shall be flown everyday of the week from sunrise to sunset with the exception of National holidays when only the U.S. flag shall be flown. Upon the death of a member, the Fraternity flag shall be flown at half-mast for a period of 15 days. The President shall have the authority to designate other periods of mourning at which the flag shall fly at half-mast.

Section 4. Any part of these by-laws may be amended by the approval of 2/3 of the active chapter present, provided, however, that the said amendment shall not be in conflict with the Constitution or by-laws of the General Fraternity.

Section 5. Under extenuating circumstances, and with 2/3 vote of the active chapter present at the chapter meeting, these by-laws may be suspended if the action does not affect the by-laws permanent reading.

Section 6. No funds of Delta Upsilon Fraternity may be used to purchase, obtain, or otherwise procure any alcoholic beverage, nor may the chapter or any of its officer’s sponsor or organize the collection of monies for this purpose.

Section 7. The chapter herby adheres to and adopts the Bradley Inter-Fraternity Council Risk Reduction policy as appendix A of the chapter by-laws.

 
*Matthew T. Hillman, chairman, Ad Hoc by-laws revision committee, revised these by-laws January 1991.

**These by-laws amended and revised March 1992 by Ross D. Neumann, Recording Secretary.

***These by-laws amended and revised April 5, 1997 by Jim Pfeiffer, President.

****These by-laws amended and revised February 3, 1998 by Alexander White, Recording Secretary.

***** These by-laws amended and revised March – April 2002 by Howie E. Kremer, President and Carl Brown, Past President.

****** These by-laws amended and revised May 2005 by Jason Pisarczyk, Financial Officer.

******* These by-laws amended and revised September 2006 by John Simpson, President.

******** These by-laws amended and revised March 2008 by Jeff Kauther, Chief Justice.

*********These by-laws amended and revised March 9, 2010 by Grant Wissman Chief Justice, Bill Gombert, Dan Fallon, and Taylor Carl.

**********These by-laws amended and revised September 21, 2010 by Kurt Young, Academic Chair.

*********** These by-laws amended and revised March 29, 2011 by Ryan Chapin Vice-President and Michael Burrows, Chief Justice effective April 10, 2011.

************ These by-laws amended and revised November 1, 2011 by Samuel J Smith, Chief Justice.

************* Kevin M. Lofgren, Chairman/Chief Justice, Ad Hoc by-laws revision committee, amended and revised these by-laws May 2015.

Last Amended: May, 2015

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