Lisa Bail Elected to American Bar Association House of Delegates
January 14, 2022
Partner Lisa A. Bail will serve another term representing Hawaiʻi at the American Bar Association (ABA) House of Delegates. She will serve a three-year term that begins with the 2022 ABA Annual Meeting. Partner Chris St. Sure also serves as the Young Lawyer’s Division delegate to the ABA House of Delegates. At House of Delegates meetings, they will work with other ABA leaders on discuss issues, regulations, and trends shaping the future of the legal profession.
The House of Delegates is the association’s governing, policy-making body. It is designed to be representative of the legal profession of the United States. Lisa also serve on the ABA Nominating Committee which elects the officers of the association and the members of the Board of the Governors. State and local bar association participation in the House is critical because it allows the leadership of those bodies to provide key input on the issues and resolutions that will eventually become ABA Policy.
Lisa is a litigator focused on environmental law, land use litigation, and commercial litigation, and also chairs the firm’s business litigation practice group. Chris is a litigator focused on commercial litigation, premises liability and real estate litigation.