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Appellate Practice Section
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Business Law Section
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City County and Local Government Law Section
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CLE Committee

Effective March 6, 2010, new lawyers or members that have not yet completed their three Basic CLE course component of the Basic Skills Course Requirement (BSCR), Rule 6-12, Rules Regulating The Florida Bar, will be able to fulfill this requirement either by attending a live Basic CLE presentation or participating in the 24/7 online CLE version of the Basic program and obtaining a certificate of completion. This online CLE option will replace the previously offered video replays. Live webcasts/virtual seminars, audio-CD and video-DVD programs will not satisfy this requirement. You can register for upcoming live seminars or participate in the 24/7 On-line CLE at your convenience and any time, 24 hours a day, by accessing The Florida Bar CLE website at

The in-person attendance requirement for Practicing with Professionalism has not changed.

The expanded delivery method option for satisfying the BSCR only affects those attorneys who have not yet completed the BSCR. To verify your compliance and reporting dates, please check our website at

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CLE Committee
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Consumer Protection Law Committee
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Criminal Law Section
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Elder Law Section
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Entertainment Arts and Sports Law Section
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Environmental & Land Use Law Section
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Family Law Section
2013 Case Law Update: Stay Up to Date and Learn About Recent Developments and Notable Decisions in Family Law That Will Impact Your Practice
Join Eddie Stephens, Esq.,as he provides an update of Florida case law published during 2013 on the following topics: Alimony Parenting Relocation Exclusive Use and Possession of Marital Home Equitable Distribution Child Support Paternity Enforcement Modification Attorney’s Fees Procedure Contempt Imputation of Income Ethics
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2015 Case Law Update: Stay up to Date and Learn about Recent Developments and Notable Decisions in Family Law that Will Impact Your Practice
Join Eddie Stephens, Esq. and Ralph T. White, Esq. as they provide an update of published Florida family law since January 1, 2015. This two hour presentation will include a discussion of recent case law tackling a wide-range of topics, including, but not limited to, alimony, parenting, relocation, equitable distribution, child support, paternity, enforcement, modification, attorney’s fees, contempt, procedure, and ethics.
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2015 Trial Advocacy Workshop
Join us at the 2015 Trial Advocacy Workshop! Improve your trial skills while preparing and presenting a family law case from beginning to end. The Program offers a two-track option (choose between a child-related issues case or a financial issues case – all effort will be made to accommodate your selection, but register early for the best selection!). The Trial Advocacy Workshop provides you with individualized attention within your small group; ALL workshop leaders are Florida Bar Board Certified Marital & Family Law Attorneys. Those attendees in the child-related issues track will receive the expert viewpoints of licensed psychologists, and the financial issues track attendees will get on-the-spot guidance from licensed accountants. Change the way you approach trials and improve your performance exponentially. Completion of the Trial Advocacy Workshop fulfills one of the trials required for application to become board certified in marital and family law.
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2016 Case Law Update: Stay up to Date and Learn about Recent Developments and Notable Decisions in Family Law that Will Impact Your Practice

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2016 Family Law Section Legislative Update
Don’t miss this year’s Family Law Section Legislative Update. Learn about significant 2016 statutory changes that will impact your family law practice. Get up to speed on the status of alimony and other hot issues from family law attorneys involved in the legislative process.
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Criminal Issues in Family Law Cases
This course provides a detailed examination of the intersection between criminal, quasi-criminal and family law proceedings. First addressed are domestic violence actions including those under Chapter 741 and those based upon repeat, dating and sexual violence. Next addressed is the role and repercussion of the use of the Fifth Amendment in Family Law proceedings and the numerous criminal activities which may be encountered in Family Law proceedings, including but not limited to, tax evasion, abuse, perjury, the interception of electronic communications and other cutting edge issues. Last addressed are civil and criminal contempt proceedings. Presenting and analyzing these criminal and quasi-criminal issues often encountered by family law practitioners is Mark O’Mara of the O’Mara Law Group, a CNN special correspondent and Florida Bar Board Certified attorney in both Criminal Trial and in Marital and Family Law.
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Technology to Advance Your Family Law Practice

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The Income Estate and Gift Tax Consequences of Divorce
This program focuses on the tax consequences that often accompany divorce proceedings. The goal is to assist family law attorneys in recognizing the impact a divorce may have on their clients, specifically in the areas of: spousal support; child support; property transfers between spouses before and after divorce; the disposition of the marital home; the ability to deduct housing costs; dependency exemptions and credits; gift taxes; and estate taxes. The program will conclude with a discussion of the tax treatment of counsel fees.
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Times They Are A Changing: Family Law Trends and Hot Topics in the Area of Children's Issues
Come listen to this distinguished lineup of presenters speak on the hottest family law topics in the area of children’s issues. This broad and useful seminar is designed to assist the family law practitioner by discussing the latest trends in the law. Topics include understanding the power of parenting relationships in divorce, child support guidelines for split-parenting timesharing schedules, parentage issues for same sex couples, expert testimony and the impact of the Daubert decision, and ethical considerations when dealing with children in contested family law matters. The seminar will then conclude with a distinguished panel of judges from different geographical areas to discuss how they approach and decide contested timesharing cases.
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Top Mistakes Attorneys Make in Family Law

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General Practice Solo & Small Firm Section
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Government Lawyer Section
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Health Law Section
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International Law Section
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Labor and Employment Law Section
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Out-of-State Division
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Practice Resource Institute
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Professional Ethics Committee
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Public Interest Law Section

[Revised: 06-01-2008]