Klein, the president-elect nominee of the American Bar Association, invites you
to join her at the Historic Park Inn, Mason City, Iowa on July 2. As Klein
plans the future direction of the ABA, she is specifically requesting a dialogue
that includes attorneys’ and judges’ candid feelings, suggestions and
recommendations to assist the profession.
plans to arrive at the Historic
Park Inn at 11 a.m., or shortly thereafter, July
meeting is expected to conclude at 1:15 p.m. The event is
free to attend, however there is a small fee for those interested in
is very sincere in wanting to hear from the bench and bar,”
says Phil Garland, co-chair of the ISBA Rural Practice Committee. "She
been a strong advocate for rural attorneys.”
Klein seeks the input of main street attorneys and
judges to better understand how the ABA can improve to help all
practitioners, particularly those in our rural communities. Iowa Supreme Court Justice Mark
Cady and ISBA President Bruce Walker are both scheduled to attend.
you to those who already registered. For those who have not registered and are
interested in lunch, please note that there is a small $10 fee provided the
ISBA receives your reservation by noon on Thursday, June 25. For
reservations made after noon on June 25, the cost of the meal is $20.
Please RSVP to Lisa Hanson at firstname.lastname@example.org
if you have not already done so. Questions
about the event may be directed to ISBA Executive Director Dwight Dinkla via
email at email@example.com.