First Amendment and the U.S. Supreme Court Seminar
Presented Friday, June 24, 2022
The Media and Communications Law Committee presented its annual First Amendment seminar at the 2022 Annual Florida Bar Convention in Orlando. The program examined the changing face of the U.S. Supreme Court and the court’s First Amendment docket, and discussed upcoming cases for the 2022 term.
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Recorded Thursday, April 14, 2022
First Amendment Seminar
The committee plans the First Amendment Seminar that is typically held in conjunction with the Annual Convention.
The Reporters’ Handbook
Authored by the Media & Communications Law Committee, the Reporters’ Handbook serves as a resource guide for members of the media about topics in the legal profession.
The Reporters’ Workshop
Each fall, in most years, the committee presents a two-day, on-site event for print, TV, radio and online journalists new to the courts and legal beats or new to Florida.
Parker Thomson Awards for Outstanding Journalism
The committee presents the Parker Thomson Awards for Outstanding Legal Journalism in Florida to honor a longtime champion of the First Amendment and counsel to journalists.
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