A mill worker and farmer from the tiny panhandle town of Graceville, Sidney Polston had never witnessed anything quite like the scene unfolding before him.
The cavernous courtroom was packed with political and legal dignitaries, many whom Sidney Polston didn’t recognize. The voices of his son’s 10 children bounced off the room’s walls, the youngest ones completely unaware their father was about to be sworn in as a justice of the Florida Supreme Court.
It was January 27, 2009, when Sidney Polston took a seat beside his son, former First District Court of Appeal Judge Ricky Polston, as they waited for the hour-long investiture ceremony to begin.
• Submission guidelines for articles
• CLE credit guidelines
The Vote’s in YOUR COURT and the Vote is Coming Soon
by Gwynne A. Young
Bleeding Grandparent Visitation Rights
by Ronald H. Kauffman
Should I Stay or Should I Go? Tax Considerations in U.S. Expatriation
by Scott Andrew Bowman
Labor and Employment Law
The Unsettled State of Pregnancy Discrimination Claims Under the Florida Civil Rights Act of 1992
by Donna L. Eng
New Appellate Rule for Probate and Guardianship Proceedings
by Rebecca Bowen Creed and Jennifer Shoaf Richardson
Practice Tips for Private Attorneys New to Administrative Law
by Garnett Chisenhall
Volume 86, No. 8
“Manifest Disregard”: Not Yet Entirely Disregarded — by Matthew Wolper
Gwynne Alice Young: President of The Florida Bar — by Jan Pudlow (July/Aug 2012)
The Most Efficient Way to Litigate a Dispute Between Business Partners with Axes to Grind: Partnership Accountings — Christine M. Ho (July/Aug 2012)
Journal directory is ONLY online
Its time has come and gone, but its spirit lives on in cyberspace. Here are some helpful tips and links for using the online directory.