Section 2. Powers.
Section 1. Executive Committee.
The Elective Officers of the Association, the Assistant Vice Presidents, the Treasurer, the President and President-Elect of the Barristers/Young Attorneys, shall constitute the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees.
Except to the extent limited by Corporations Code Section
7212(a) (1)-(8), as to emergency matters requiring immediate action before a meeting of the Board of Trustees is able to be held, the Executive Committee shall have the powers of the Board of Trustees in between meetings of the Board. In addition, the Executive Committee shall have such other powers as shall lawfully be delegated to it from time to time by the Board of Trustees. Actions of the Executive Committee shall be subject to ratification, where feasible, by the Board of Trustees at their next meeting.
Section 3. Meetings.
The Executive Committee shall make its own rules as to times, places, and notices of meetings and its own rules of procedure. All members of the Executive Committee shall receive notice of, and shall be entitled to attend and participate in all meetings of the Executive Committee; provided, however, that with the exception of the President and President-Elect of the Barristers/Young Attorneys (who shall each be entitled to a vote along with the Elective Officers), the non-Elective Officers shall not be entitled to a vote at any such meeting.