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Passidomo promotes free health screenings, primary care, technology in new legislative package

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Much like she spearheaded the “Live Local Act” last year, which focused on expanding affordable housing, Florida Senate President Kathleen...

Court adopts limited appearance rule for civil proceedings

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The Supreme Court has created a procedure for an attorney to appear in a limited manner in civil proceedings. Acting...

Faced with increasing threats, bill seeks to shield city and county attorneys

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A House panel has approved a measure that sponsors say is needed to protect city and county attorneys from stalkers...

House Civil Justice Subcommittee moves bill aimed at preventing property fraud

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A House panel approved a measure Wednesday that sponsors say will enhance the state’s effort to combat property fraud. The...

New name, same mission: Florida Bar Foundation becomes FFLA

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The Florida Bar Foundation on December 7 officially changed its name to FFLA — which stands for Funding Florida Legal...

Case problem is now available for The Florida Bar’s Annual High School Appellate Brief Writing & Moot Court Competition

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The Florida Bar has released the case problem for those wanting to compete in its annual High School Appellate Brief Writing...

Chief Judge John Miller details the First Circuit’s massive cyberattack

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First Circuit Chief Judge John Miller was in his bathroom shaving when his cell phone rang on September 29. Given...

Tallahassee has the second-highest demand for lawyers in the nation, following the D.C. area

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Tallahassee has the second-highest demand for attorneys in the country, outranked by only the Washington, D.C., area, according to the...

Osceola clerk offering Winter Wonderland themed wedding ceremonies

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This holiday season, you can get “Winter WonderWed” at the Osceola County Courthouse.  Osceola Clerk Kelvin Soto’s marriage team has...

Board reviews guidelines for the use of generative AI in the practice of law

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Meeting for the last time in 2023 on Friday, the Board of Governors approved a raft of proposed rule revisions...