Chapter Resources - Parliamentary Procedures
By definition, Parliamentary Law or Parliamentary Procedure is a set of rules designed to protect the rights of individuals conducting and attending a meeting. Establishing Parliamentary Law as the standard way your chapter operates will protect you and your members in cases of stressful conversation or heated debate. You’ll most likely feel you don’t need to use Parliamentary Law because your meetings run smoothly; however, establishing it as the norm will help in those rare instances of tense debate.
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