Appellate practice deals with recognition and preservation of error committed by lower tribunals, and the presentation of argument concerning the presence or absence of such error to state or federal appellate courts through brief writing, writ and motion practice and oral argument.
Thinking of Becoming Board Certified?
Board Certification Applications for Lawyers
All applicants for board certification or recertification should carefully read the Rules Regulating The Florida Bar (Rules) and be sure you have met each of the requirements prior to filing your application. Unless the Rules provide for a waiver of a specific requirement, each of the requirements must be met by the dates indicated in the rule. There is a link to the Rules located below on this page.
Currently Certified? Recertification Information for 2019
If you were originally certified in 1989, 1994, 1999, 2004, 2009, or 2014 you are due to file your recertification application in 2019. The application for recertification must be postmarked by May 31, 2019. All requirements for recertification are to be completed by this date unless you submit a recertification file extension request.
Get Certified – Seeking Certification
The filing period for the initial application opens July 1, 2019. Applications must be postmarked by August 31, 2019. You must apply in this filing period to be considered for eligibility for the 2020 exam. If you’re eligible from a previous application, you may also file the short application. Carefully read the rules for initial certification to determine if you will meet the requirements.
Exam Specifications Revised 12/7/2012
Appellate Practice Committee members
Appellate Practice Certification Staff Liaison Contact Information:
Appellate Practice Certification Field Established 1993