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Spearkers Bureau

Mission Statement

The Speakers Bureau exists to promote among Florida citizens an understanding of our constitutionally based system of government, knowledge about the justice system and an appreciation of the role lawyers play to protect the rights of all.

There is no fee for this service!

Help us spread the word about the Speakers Bureau.

Open Speaking Requests


August 1, 2014

August 14, 2014

Orlando, FL

Tallahassee, FL



If you are able to take any of these engagements or if you know someone that will be willing to take them, please e-mail First qualified speaker who answers this request will be booked for the activity. Thank you.

Interested in having a Florida Bar speaker talk to your group?

The Florida Bar Speakers Bureau offers schools, businesses, community groups and organizations the opportunity to have experienced attorneys speak about the role of lawyers, the significance of Florida's constitution and its revision and threats to the U.S. justice system -- among other legal topics.

Speaker Request Form

Request a Speaker

For assistance call (850) 561-5767 or e-mail Kenia Escobar.

Feedback Report
We want to hear from you to improve our services. Please send us a feedback report form PDF document opens in new window about your presentation.

Become a speaker

We are always looking for more dedicated attorney volunteers for our Speakers Bureau!

Become a Speaker


Request a Speaker on Benchmarks (Adult Civic Education) for your group!


An initiative of The Florida Bar and its Constitutional Judiciary Committee, “Benchmarks: Raising the Bar on Civics Education” is designed to give attorneys activities that they can use to teach the fundamentals of government and the courts to adult civic and community groups. CLE credit can now be earned for presentations. When you sign up with the Speakers Bureau, indicate you are interested in making Benchmarks presentations. The Benchmarks activities are on The Florida Bar website at
Benchmarks Presentations and The Florida Bar Speakers Bureau Pamphlet

Speakers Bureau volunteers are encouraged to contact civic groups in their communities that might be interested in these presentations.

Law Related Education materials

Justice is Served!
A Guide to Assist Judges with K-12 Classroom Presentations
is available in PDF format on the Florida Law Related Education Association, Inc. site External Link opens in a new window
The guide is a collaborative project of the Supreme Court of Florida and FLREA.

[Revised: 04-15-2014]