RECENT BAR NEWS: Free Online Career Counseling, Florida Bar History, and More
The Daily News Summary features Florida Bar News stories on appointments to the Florida Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commission, a free career counseling program, and a project documenting the history of The Florida Bar.
Gov. Ron DeSantis recently appointed Lt. Gov. Jeanette Núñez as chair of the Florida Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commission, along with 10 others, including one lawyer, Julie Brown of Tampa, a lawyer and member of the Florida Public Service Commission. The purpose of the commission is to ensure the statewide observance of the centennial of women’s suffrage in 2020.
The next free, online career counseling program for lawyers takes place Wednesday, November 13 at noon. The program will be led by David Behrend, M.ED., director of Career Planning Services for Lawyers in Ardmore, Pennsylvania, and Judith Rushlow, executive director of Florida Lawyers Assistance.
The Presidential Perspectives series continues with the Bar’s 2011–12 president, Scott Hawkins. The interviews are part of project to document the history of the Florida Bar.