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Welcome to Michigan State Association of Parliamentarians

The purpose of the Michigan State Association of Parliamentarians (MSAP) is to study, promote, teach, and disseminate the principles of parliamentary law. We are members of the National Association of Parliamentarians.


Our state membership includes parliamentarians from six local units and members at large from around the state and Canada.


Chartered in 1968, our units offer educational programs in parliamentary procedure and effective meeting managment for all kinds of organizations and for all ages.  Our members serve their local communities as leaders of organizations and parliamentary advisors.


Kalamazoo Parliamentary Law Unit - 2013 Unit of the Year
NAP President Maurice Henderson and NAP Parliamentarian Thomas "Burke" Balch joined the Michigan Unit of Registered Parliamentarians for a "Mock Convention" workshop July 20, 2013 in Romulus.

Want to Become a Member?

To become a member of MSAP you must also belong to the National Association of Parliamentarians.  However, anyone interested in parliamentary procedure is welcome to join a local unit as a provisional member. For more information, use our contact form or feel free to contact one of the local units directly. We look forward to hearing from you!

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