Section 1.  Procedure. All meetings convened under this chapter shall be conducted in accordance with Robert’s Rules of Order.  With the exception of a special meeting to sanction generally, meetings of the New England Law Review may be called by the Executive Committee or any three (3) editors.  At least one (1) week’s written notice must be posted in the office.


Section 2.  Agenda. An agenda shall be compiled before every meeting of the New England Law Review.  Submissions for the agenda must be in writing.


Section 3.  Orientation. The Executive Committee shall conduct an orientation for all Associate Members during the last week of the summer recess.  Thereafter, the Executive Committee shall convene at least one (1) meeting per month.  These meetings are mandatory for the Associate Members.  The purpose of these meetings will be to facilitate the assimilation of New England Law Review skills by the Associate Members.  The meetings are further designed to provide the Associate Members a forum to air grievances.
(a) meetings may be called during the Winter recess, if necessary, in order to maintain the production schedule.


Section 4.  Attendance at Meetings. All members of the New England Law Review may attend the above meetings.  Except as otherwise provided, only editors are entitled to vote in those meetings where a vote is contemplated.


Section 5.  Quorum. A quorum at a general meeting shall be one-half (1/2) of the editors.  If the proposed action requires the vote of the entire membership of the New England Law Review, a quorum requires one-half (1/2) of the editors and one-half (1/2) of the associate members.  Except as otherwise provided, a motion is passed if it is supported by a majority of those eligible to vote.


Section 6.  Minutes. Minutes shall be kept and made available to all.