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ARTICLE XI

Ratification

Section 1.  Ratification of Constitution – This Constitution may be ratified only by means of an affirmative vote of two-thirds (2/3) of all of the members of the New England Law Review in good standing.  Voting for purposes of ratification shall be effectuated by means of a roll call vote conducted at a meeting of the membership of the New England Law Review, by means of voting by proxy ballots distributed to every member of the New England Law Review, or by a combination of both a roll call vote and voting by proxy ballots.

 

Section 2.  Effective Date – This Constitution shall become effective as the sole and controlling Constitution of the New England Law Review immediately upon the ratification thereof pursuant to Section 1 of this Article.

 

This Constitution for the New England Law Review was duly ratified pursuant to Article XI, Section 1, by the members of the New England Law Review on the 15th day of January, 2004.