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|History & Structure|
The Canon Law Society of America organizes an annual convention, at which time it elects a Board of Governors to oversee the operations of the Society and determines resolutions for future study and activity of the Society.
The Board is composed of elected officers: President, Vice-President/President-elect, an immediate Past President, Secretary, Treasurer, and six Consultors. Please click here to see our current Board of Governors.
Reporting to the Board of Governors and supervised by the President, two collaborative positions serve the office: the Executive Coordinator, who is a degreed canonist and an active member of the Society, and the General Secretary, who is responsible for the organizational management of the main administrative office in Washington, DC.
The Society organizes its study, research, and development into two divisions: Constitutional committees, first created by the CLSA Constitution, and ongoing committees, which perform tasks deemed essential to the ongoing life of the Society. See our Committees page for more detailed information about our committees and their valuable work.