Like communities around New England, CAI-NE achieves its many goals and objectives with the support of hundreds of volunteers. Members serving on more than a dozen committees as well as those working with them, maintain the chapter's reputation as one of the largest and most respected in the country.
Updates and educates community association attorneys about changing issues in community association law. Stimulates discussion of novel issues of law and industry best practices.
Oversees the annual chapter banquet recognizing the achievements of members. Responsible for planning and determining award criteria as well as selection of award winners.
Emerging Leaders Network (ELN)
Organizes events that help individuals new to the industry or CAI build peer networking groups with other new as well as seasoned industry professionals.
Promotes the sharing of ideas in the interest of advancing professionalism, elevating industry standards and creating consistent professional services for association clients.
Seminar and Conference Committee
Establishes the chapter's annual education calendar. Reviews and develops program content and serves as a resource in identifying new program topics, formats and speakers.
Organizes chapter tournaments for the benefit of all participants from around New England fostering networking for members and their clients.
Legislative Action Committees (LACs)
Delegates of the LAC are CAI's representatives before state legislatures, regulatory bodies and the courts.
LACs serve as committees of the CAI National Government and Public Affairs Committee.
Maine Legislative Action Committee (MELAC)
Massachusetts Legislative Action Committee (MALAC)
New Hampshire Legislative Action Committee (NHLAC)
Rhode Island Legislative Action Committee (RILAC)