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Three Section Memberships, On Us

You can choose three complimentary sections for your first year of Bar membership! Visit our Sections page to learn more about the different practices of law that are featured and go to the MyFloridaBar Member Portal to join today.

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Daily News Summary

The Daily News Summary is a roundup of law-related news from across the state sent direct to your inbox, five days a week.

  1. The Florida Bar

    ORLANDO ROLÓN TO JOIN THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS AS A PUBLIC MEMBER

    The Florida Bar | Article | May 28, 2024
  2. Legal Discipline

    JUDICIAL CANDIDATE ARGUES HE WAS BAR MEMBER

    News Service of Florida | Article | May 24, 2024
  3. Civil Justice

    REDISTRICTING TREATED SOUTH FLORIDA HISPANIC VOTERS AS MONOLITHIC, LAWSUIT SAYS

    News Service of Florida | Article | May 24, 2024
  4. Criminal Justice

    APPEALS COURT REINSTATES ‘PEEPING TOM’ CASE AGAINST MAN ACCUSED OF SPYING ON FIVE PEMBROKE PINES WOMEN

    Sun Sentinel | Article | May 25, 2024

The Florida Bar News

The Florida Bar News is the primary means by which The Florida Bar communicates topical information to its members. Stories are posted daily.

Former Justice Department attorney Eli Rosenbaum and Palm Beach Circuit Judge Charles E. Burton awarded 

Former Department of Justice attorney Eli Rosenbaum and Palm Beach Circuit Judge Charles E. Burton were both honored at this year’s Project Nuremberg Lawyers Luncheon held May 3 in Boca Raton. The event, chaired by Board of Governors member Robin Bresky, is an annual program of Temple Beth El that reminds the community about how…

Florida Supreme Court settles K-9 vehicle drug sweep conflict

The Florida Supreme Court, weighing a certified question regarding conflicting DCA rulings, has determined that K-9 units can order a suspect to exit a vehicle during a drug sweep. “We hold that binding Fourth Amendment precedent permits a K-9 officer arriving midway through a lawful traffic stop to command the driver to exit the vehicle…

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