3Mr. Copple gave examples of the fees
charged by different Sections for their
respective CLEs, between $10 and $25.
The cost factor is important in considering
the change to uniform pricing.
3 The Task Force considered how to better
serve the whole state, not just the larger
3 The majority of the Sections’ CLEs are
offered in Maricopa and Pima and are live
3Vote at March board meeting on the
subgroup’s three recommendations.
3Strategic Planning Committee—Chair
3 The draft outline for the new plan was
reviewed last month by the board, and all
comments and written suggestions were
taken into consideration by the committee.
3Mr. Chambers requested approval today
so the overarching goals and sub-goals can
be disseminated to the membership for
3Editing changes included the following:
3 Motion: Richard Coffinger moved,
Dee-Dee Samet seconded and the
motion carried unanimously to add
“discipline” in front of “complaints”
and delete “by consumers” in 3.A.
3 Motion: Richard Coffinger moved and
Dee-Dee seconded the motion to change
Goal 1: Competency to “Provide
Arizona attorneys with tools to develop
and enhance the skills necessary to meet
the needs of their clients and promote
the administration of justice.” Lori
Higuera offered a friendly amendment,
which was accepted, to add the same language to Goal 3: Professionalism. The
motion as amended carried unanimously.
3Professionalism Goal 3.C. Motion:
Richard Coffinger moved, Dee-Dee Samet
seconded and the motion carried by a 8-6
vote to drop word “trust” and add “
protection of the public; “Enhance the Bar’s
protection of the public and relevance with
the public and our members.”
3 Motion: Dave Byers moved, Dee-Dee
Samet seconded and the motion carried
unanimously to change Goal 4:
Administration of and Access to Justice.
4.B. would read “Maintain an impartial
and quality system of justice by supporting and defending the judicial selection
and court rule-making process.”
3 Motion: Sam Saks moved, Patrick
Greene seconded and the motion carried
to change Goal 5: Organizational
Excellence. 5.C. would read “Maintain
Court-approved member fees as long as
practical” (strike “through 2019”).
3 The board voted unanimously to circulate the outline of the next Strategic Plan
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