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Board Certification - What Does it Mean 2013 PDF document opens in new window

Public Relations Checklist for Certified Lawyers PDF document opens in new window

Board Certification Talking Points PDF document opens in new window

Florida's 24 Specialty Areas PDF document opens in new window

How to Get Media Coverage PDF document opens in new window

Media Relations 101 PDF document opens in new window

NEW - Lawyer Media Relations/Press Kit Materials
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The Florida Bar’s bimonthly newsletter for board certified attorneys.

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Board Certified Identifying Words

You may advertise yourself as “board certified,” as a “specialist” or an expert” or you may use the letters “B.C.S” to indicate board certified specialist in your chosen area(s) of practice, a credential that becomes ever more important as the number of certified specialists increases and the public becomes more aware of the significance of certification.

[Revised: 12-19-2014]