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Monthly Telephonic CLE Seminar
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
12:00pm

Discussion with the Solicitor General, Amit Agarwal

Amit Agarwal discusses the role of solicitor general, United States Supreme Court, or the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeal; determining whether the State should file or join an amicus brief in state or federal court.

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Pictured left to right: Nicholas Shannin, Secretary Treasurer; Kristin Norse, Chair; Duane Daiker, Immediate Past Chair;
Sarah Lahlou-Amine, Chair Elect; Chris Carlyle, 2015-2016 Chair


Kristin Norse
Kristin Norse

Chair's Message

Dear Section Members,

I hope you are enjoying the summer and some hard-earned time off for family, friends, and adventure. Thanks to the Section's new social media push, I've been able to see some of you in your "natural habitat," as it were. Keep those photos and "shares" coming! And if you haven't started following us on Facebook or Twitter, do it now!

Section members made a great big push leading up to our annual meeting and beyond to roll out some big changes implemented by our immediate past chair, Duane Daiker. Thanks to Duane's leadership, we've seen a roll-out of The Record in its new online format, a switch from telephonic CLEs to webinars that can be recorded and viewed beyond the date of the presentation, and the new social media accounts to help our Section members connect. I cannot thank Duane enough for the great strides and the foundation he has built for continuing to move the Section forward.

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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!