Rule 336 Bylaws

Rule 336. Order of Business.

(a) The order of business of the House of Delegates shall be conducted according to its calendar, subject to change by special order. Upon recommendation of the Committee on Rules and Calendar and by vote of two-thirds of the voting Delegates present, any subject may be made a special order.

(b) The calendar of each meeting of the House shall include:

(1) Report by the Committee on Credentials and Admissions, which shall be accompanied by a written roster of the House.

(2) Approval of the summary of action of the previous meeting.

(3) Subject to Rule 342, presentation of any matter that a Local Bar Association wishes to bring before the House.

(4) Subject to Rule 342, presentation of any matter that a Section or Committee wishes to bring before the House.

(c) Reports with recommendations that the Committee on Rules and Calendar believes will not be substantially opposed may be included on the consent calendar. Consideration of the consent calendar must be made a special order and all items on it shall be moved for approval without debate. By written request of a Delegate to the Committee within the time prescribed by the House, an item on the consent calendar shall be removed and made the subject of debate.




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