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Florida Bar Social Media Guidelines


Members of Florida Bar entities communicate via social media platforms. Consequently, any communication on such platforms may be subject to monitoring and disclosure to third parties.

Code of Conduct

The Florida Bar welcomes comments, replies and other interaction to its posts via social media channels and to share content directly related to the program. All content posted on Florida Bar social media accounts is expected to be relevant and respectful.

Inappropriate comments

The Florida Bar has the right to delete any inappropriate content from this page, including but not limited to: irrelevant content, redundant content, hateful content, malicious content, uncivil or disrespectful content, attacks or complaints against an individual, financial solicitations, endorsements of a political candidate or party, opposition to a political candidate or party, and content that violates the social media platforms’ terms of use, codes of conduct, or other policies. Content that violates those policies may also be reported. Repeated inappropriate comments will result in the user being blocked.


The Florida Bar accepts no liability or responsibility whatsoever for the contents of any target site linked from its social media accounts. The Florida Bar also accepts no responsibility or liability for any data, text, software, music, sound, photographs, images, video, messages, or any other materials or content whatsoever generated by users and publicly posted via its social media accounts.

Effective Jan. 1, 2017, updated 2021