Dana Tippin Cutler reappointed to ABA House of Delegates
The Missouri Bar Board of Governors has voted to reappoint Dana Tippin Cutler to serve a second term on the American Bar Association (ABA) House of Delegates. Her first term will expire at the conclusion of the 2021 ABA Annual Meeting in August, with her second term to begin immediately following.
The control and administration of the ABA is entrusted to the House of Delegates, the policy-making body of the organization. The House meets twice each year, at ABA Annual and Midyear Meetings. Currently, the ABA House of Delegates has 596 members from across the nation.
Cutler is a past president of The Missouri Bar and was the first woman of color to serve in that role. She practices education law at James W. Tippin & Associates in Kansas City.
“I am excited to continue my service to The Missouri Bar by serving in the ABA House of Delegates,” said Cutler. “I enjoy being part of the Missouri Delegation and being with my colleagues, but more importantly making sure Missouri’s viewpoint is known and protected as high-level decisions are being made regarding our profession.”
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