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Monthly Webinar CLE Seminar

November 20, 2018
Legislative and CRC Proposal Update
Courtney Brewer, The Mills Firms, Tallahassee
Courtney Brewer will discuss the CRC Amendments that passed on election night and how they will affect your practice.

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CLE Courses
Family Law Appeals Webinar

November 14, 2018 at 1:00 pm
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Congratulations to our 2018 Award Winners!

Justice Peggy Quince wnner of 2018 James C. Adkins Award
Justice Peggy Quince
Adkins Award

Anthony Musto winner of 2018 John R. Hamilton Pro Bono Award
Anthony Musto
The John R. Hamilton
Pro Bono Award

2018 Fall Meeting and Retreat in Washington, D.C.


Section Leadership at the 25th Anniversary Celebration

Section Leadership at the 25th Anniversary Celebration

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How can appellate attorneys serve those who have served our country?
Read on...the Section would like to connect you with a special opportunity!

Sarah Lahlou-Amine
Sarah Lahlou-Amine

Chair's September Message

For those of you joining us in Washington, D.C. for our 2018 Fall Meeting and Retreat, you may have heard about this exciting opportunity already. Our CLE program in D.C. will feature a presentation by the Honorable Michael P. Allen of the United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims, who will educate us about his Court, including the Court's involvement with the Veterans Consortium Pro Bono Project — an incredible D.C.-based program offering pro bono appellate assistance to veterans. Judge Allen will be joined by Courtney L. Smith, Esquire, Director of Volunteer Outreach and Education at the Consortium, who will tell us more about the value that we, as appellate attorneys, can bring to the lives of veterans.

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The Record is Now Online!

The Appellate Practice Section of The Florida Bar is pleased to bring you The Record in a new online format. The Premier publication about all things Appellate is now easier to read with more timely submissions. We are also in the process of uploading selected articles from archived editions of The Record, so they will be searchable and available there. Click here to check out The Record Online!