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June 1, 2022 Letters

Letters
Judges Every licensed lawyer in the United States of America has the absolute constitutional and legal right to be considered...

May 1, 2022 Letters

Letters
Alimony The state Legislature can regulate many things, but when it chooses to regulate fundamental constitutional rights, the statute is...

April 1, 2022 Letters

Letters
Professionalism “Professionalism is the pursuit and practice of the highest ideals and tenets of the legal profession. It embraces far...

March 1, 2022 Letters

Letters
Nonlawyer Ownership In the February story, “Board details opposition to proposals,” it isn’t entirely clear on which groups are actually...

February 1, 2022 Letters

Letters
Civil Cases I read, with interest, the article in the January Bar News regarding the Supreme Court considering wide-ranging changes...

January 1, 2022 Letters

Letters
Mediators I retired from law practice and became a Supreme Court certified circuit court mediator in 2019. While I have...

December 1, 2021 Letters

Letters
Phoning It In? “The lawyer just phoned it in.” Before the great pandemic of 2020 this was a pejorative phrase....

October 1, 2021 Letters

Letters
Legal Aid In the last issue of The Florida Bar News, I was disheartened to see a letter published with...

September 1, 2021 Letters

Letters
Second Amendment Thank you for printing the August letters of Mark Warda, Leo B. Hill, and Edward P. Dutkiewicz. Their...

August 1, 2021 Letters

Letters
Masks? Have you read the First District Court of Appeals’ decision in Green v. Alachua County? Green held that a person...