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February Board Update

From AMPLA Board Chair, Ryan Hartfield:

Welcome to our first edition of Board updates for 2020

Our aim is to provide our members with a regular update following each Board meeting, on the strategic discussions happening around the Board table.

The Board met formally for the first-time last week, following our successful strategic planning day in January.

AMPLA remains committed to offering a unique blend of education, innovation and connection to our members, promoting collaboration and connection between professionals across a range of disciplines. As we head into this new decade, AMPLA’s vision is to be an internationally recognized peak body and professional association for energy, resources, renewables and commodities law.

AMPLA’s aim is to be the must-have membership for energy and resources professionals. We intend to continue growing our thriving membership both domestically and internationally, with a medium term objective to offer both certification and recognition for lawyers and other professionals connected with AMPLA.

As we work towards this, we do so with a commitment to working with collegiality, integrity, diversity, innovation, member service and as one team.

To get things started, the Board has introduced a Board Committee structure to lead the work of improving the benefits of membership in key areas such as our conference,and learning and development activities.

As a Board, we welcome your feedback on our vision for the future of AMPLA.. Please send your thoughts to the Board via Executive Director Gordon Bunyan on


Ryan Hartfield,


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