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Center for Professionalism logoWhether it’s best practices guides (and there are many, from electronic communication to professional conduct), quick tips or codes of trial conduct, you’ll find it here.

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Quick snippets of professionalism advice.

Mandi Clay: Ask for exactly what you want

Erin Weinstock: Make studying for Bar Exam a 9 a.m.-5:00 p.m. job

Sara Peacock: Improve work-life balance by taking control of calendar

Esther Osim: Do less so you can do more better

Mike Tanner: Immediately correct any misstatement

Rebecca Bandy: Professionalism is expected in Florida

Ita Neymotin: In death penalty cases, treat witnesses with civility

Heather Thom on the importance of building and maintaining your credibility

Eddie Stephens: Don't over extend yourself or put all your eggs in one basket

Judge Ross Goodman: Professionalism is the key to success

Elizabeth Tarbert on difference between confidentiality and privilege

Alexcia Cox: Seek guidance on potential ethical issue

Melissa Zelniker-Presser: Saying yes to saying no

Hillary Thornton on responding to awkward comments

Eddie Stephens: Master your craft by writing everything down longhand

Josh Magidson: Focus on the client, not on yourself

John Schifino on the benefits of shutting down the phone

Gary Lesser on the importance of patience

Nik Harris on the importance of self-care

Joe Corsmeier on responding to internet complaints

Maribel Diaz on teamwork

Brijesh Patel on a lawyer's duty to act with reasonable promptness

Mike Tanner: New case? Introduce yourself to opposing counsel

Dori Foster-Morales on responding to emotional phone calls

Melanie Griffin: Always show others grace

Henry Paul on responding to negative reviews

Judge Jessica Costello on the "commerce of integrity"

Steve Davis: Professionalism in the virtual world

Molly Paris: If you need help, reach out

Alexis Lambert: Help people who can't do anything for you

Judge Donald Myers: Put First Things First

Christine Phipps on finding your network

Maribel Diaz on Guardian ad Litem

Larry Smith on diversity and inclusion

Judge Gisela Laurent on professionalism in the virtual courtroom

G.C. Murray on mentorship

John Cardillo on how to support vulnerable lawyers

Paul Lipton on being honorable

David Grimes on instilling leadership through mentoring

Valeria Obi on community involvement

Melanie Kalmanson on giving voice to the voiceless

Todd Engelhardt:
Watch what you say

Alexis Lambert:
Just make the call

John M. Stewart, immediate past president, on etiquette in the digital age

Diriki T. Geuka on the importance of community involvement

Brian Cuban: There's no such thing as a high-functioning lawyer struggling with addiction

Jason Jones on the importance of candor toward the tribunal

Rosanna Catalano: Finding the right job fit

Marvin Schulman: The dual role of counselor and advocate

Pandemic-related Resources

Workgroup on Continuity of Court Operations and Proceedings During and After COVID-19 Best Practices: This Supreme Court workgroup has developed best practices on the following topics:

  • Facilitating Pro Se Litigants with Remote Appearance Technology
  • Representing Yourself and Using Remote Appearance Technology with the Courts
  • Management of Evidence in Remote Hearings in Civil and Family Cases
  • Out-of-County Inmates

Proposed Model Consent and Joint Stipulation Forms for Virtual Jury Trials: prepared by ABOTA Fort Lauderdale with feedback from the Seventeenth Judicial Circuit of Florida.

Best Practices for Remote Court Proceedings: This guide was produced by the Florida Bar Board Technology Committee.

Best Practices for Remote Court Proceedings

Professionalism Handbook

This handbook includes a collection of professionalism resources designed to help attorneys and students at Florida law schools learn the importance of civility and professionalism in the legal profession. This guide embodies and reflects the substance of the professional identity, personality, character, and fitness to practice law that each member of the Bar should exemplify.

Also see, Resources For Young Lawyers

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Legal Professionalism in the Electronic Age

With the shift to video conferencing, it is crucial to uphold the expectation of professionalism and civility within the legal profession. This guide provides some best practices and recommendations for practicing with professionalism virtually.

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Best Practices for Professional Electronic Communication

Lawyers use multiple forms of communication on a daily basis to diligently advocate and are in a constant state of communication with clients, opposing counsel, the court and colleagues. This guide provides best practices for the most popularly used forms of electronic communication.

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Bounds of Advocacy: Goals for Family Lawyers in Florida

Developed by The Family Law SectionBounds of Advocacy is a tool to guide Florida family lawyers through the quagmire of professional and ethical dilemmas that are unique to the practice of family law. The intent is to suggest a higher level of practice than the minimum baseline of conduct required by the Rules Regulating The Florida Bar, and the goal is to elevate professionalism in the practice of family law.

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TRIAL LAWYERS SECTION GUIDELINES FOR PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT

Guidelines for Professional Conduct by the Trial Lawyers Section of The Florida Bar were developed as part of a continuous effort increase the level of professionalism in trial practice in Florida.

WELL-BEING TOOLKIT FOR LAWYERS AND LEGAL EMPLOYERS

This Well-Being Toolkit, created by Anne M. Brafford for use by the American Bar Association, offers reasons for prioritizing lawyer well-being as well as information, strategies, and resources for implementing a plan for positive change.

Pandemic-related Professionalism

Engle Grant Presentations

The Center for Professionalism received a $400,000 grant in February of 2019 to develop and maintain long-term professionalism and ethics programming for Florida law schools and young Florida Lawyers. These presentations were part of that effort.

How to Become the Lawyer You’re Supposed to Be

The Center organized and presented two Continuing Legal Education panel discussions (one at Florida State University College of Law and the other at the Florida Coastal School of Law) focused on professionalism and ethics. Topics included:

  • What it means to be client-focused;
  • How to help clients solve problems;
  • How to improve your interpersonal communications skills;
  • Health and wellness strategies;
  • The importance of mentoring; and
  • What Florida Bar resources are available to new attorneys.

American College of Trial Lawyers Videos

Code of Trial Conduct

Annotated Code of Trial Conduct: A Manual for Trial Practitioners and for Use as a Teaching Aid, published by the American College of Trial Lawyers, 2005.

Code of Pretrial and Trial Conduct, published by the American College of Trial Lawyers, June 2009.

CIVILITY INITIATIVE

The American College of Trial Lawyers Civility Initiative Project (February 2020) featuring Eugene K. Pettis, past president of The Florida Bar.

Mentoring Makes a Difference

Mentoring Makes a Difference program underscores the value of mentoring

Mentoring can be a formal or informal process, last a brief time for a specific issue or be a lifetime relationship, lawyers may well be both a mentor and mentee at the same time, and it’s fine, perhaps even preferable, to have several mentors. It may be one of the most important roles for lawyers,…

Professionalism CLE

Professionalism course helps women lawyers negotiate pay, benefits

Recently, an attorney friend of Magie Ozarowski’s was leaving government service and taking a job, for the first time, in private practice. “She had an offer, but she didn’t know how to go about figuring out what is normal pay for her level in a big firm in Florida,” recounted Ozarowski, deputy general counsel for…

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The latest offerings from the Bar’s Henry Latimer Center for Professionalism

The latest professionalism newsletter, some fresh Pro Tips professionalism videos, and the latest edition of the Never Contemplated podcast are among the recent offerings from the Bar’s Henry Latimer Center for Professionalism. The center, working with the Standing Committee on Professionalism and the Student Education and Admission to the Bar Committee, offers a variety of…

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Lawson explores the causes of and cures for stress – from DNA on up

So, check this out: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Checker_shadow_illusion. Supreme Court Justice Alan Lawson used this shadowed checkerboard illustration, created by MIT Professor of Vision Science Edward H. Adelson in 1995, during his February 25 CLE seminar on the well-being of lawyers. The seminar was the first of three on lawyer health and wellness sponsored by the Standing Committee…

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Justice Lawson to talk lawyer wellbeing at Center for Professionalism lunch-and-learn

The Florida Bar’s Standing Committee on Professionalism and the Henry Latimer Center for Professionalism are launching a three-part series of online CLE programs on “The Well-Balanced Lawyer.” The “lunch-and-learn” Zoom sessions begin February 25 at noon with a presentation by Supreme Court Justice Alan Lawson, moderated by administrative law Judge Suzanne Van Wyk. Lawson has…

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Substitute teaching improves lawyering

In the spring of 2020, I juggled to keep my civil defense practice moving, keep my clients happy, continue evaluation of claims, and continue discovery on a variety of issues. I also juggled educating my precocious second grader, getting my imaginative 5-year-old reading, and making sure my baby (seven months to 10 months old during…

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Foster-Morales talks mental health and wellness with Cooley Law students

With the anxiety and stress caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, it is especially important for current and future Bar members to know what mental health and wellness resources are available. Florida Bar President Dori Foster-Morales spoke virtually to over 40 attorneys and law students February 1 and shared Florida Bar initiatives aimed at assisting current…

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Professionalism awards nominations being accepted

The Florida Bar’s Standing Committee on Professionalism is now accepting nominations for its William M. Hoeveler Judicial Professionalism Award, Group Professionalism Award, and Law Faculty/Administrator Professionalism Award. The Hoeveler Judicial Professionalism Award recognizes a state or federal judge “who best exemplifies strength of character, service, and competence as a jurist, lawyer, and public servant.” Nominees…

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FLMIC gifts another $100,000 to enhance lawyer professionalism

The Florida Lawyers Mutual Insurance Company, in conjunction with The Florida Bar, is donating $100,000 to an endowment that supports professionalism in the legal profession. “The fund will support the delivery of programs to promote professionalism, civility, ethical conduct, and legal practice competency among our members,” former Bar President Gregory Coleman said in a FLMIC…

Larry D. Smith

Smith reflects on 20+ years of professionalism and diversity work

Orlando attorney Larry Smith is concerned that the COVID-19 pandemic is undermining professionalism, diversity, and inclusion efforts that he said are keys to helping the legal profession cope with the crisis. Smith is wrapping up more than 20 years’ combined service on the Bar’s Standing Committee on Professionalism (SCOP) and the former Supreme Court Commission…

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Tech Committee shops around its recommended best practices for remote legal proceedings

The Board Technology Committee has decided to seek input from Bar sections and others before releasing a set of recommended best practices for remote legal proceedings. At a December 3 meeting, Chair Jay Kim argued for posting the best practices as soon as possible to help Bar members who have been struggling to adapt to…

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Bar’s Henry Latimer Center for Professionalism offers resources to help members enhance their professional standards

The latest professionalism newsletter, some fresh Pro Tips professionalism videos, and the latest edition of the Never Contemplated blog are among the recent offerings from the Bar’s Henry Latimer Center for Professionalism. The center, working with the Standing Committee on Professionalism, offers a variety of resources to help Bar members enhance and sustain their professional…

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Center for Professionalism offers help to law students

The Bar’s Henry Latimer Center for Professionalism is reaching out to Florida law students. Center Director Rebecca Bandy has sent an email to law students listing the resources available through the center and its website. Those resources include: The Professionalism Handbook: This handbook includes a collection of professionalism resources designed to help attorneys and students…

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Guide helps with professional electronic practices

With the pandemic’s greater emphasis on electronic communications and perhaps more pressure to keep all such communications professional, the Bar’s Standing Committee on Professionalism and its Henry Latimer Center for Professionalism are reminding lawyers of the Bar’s updated Best Practices for Professional Electronic Communication. The committee and center staff discussed the guide, its recent updates,…

#ProTipTuesday

Center uses short videos to tout professionalism

“When we make phone calls, just make the call. Don’t have your secretary call the other person and then put them on hold so you can grace them with your telephonic presence. It’s not a power move, it’s obnoxious and we can do better.” That snippet of advice came from Alexis Lambert, deputy general counsel…

Never Contemplated Podcast by The Florida Bar Center for Professionalism

New Center for Professionalism podcast focuses on the journey of women who become judges

A new podcast focusing on journeys of women lawyers in becoming judges is being offered by The Florida Bar’s Henry Latimer Center for Professionalism. The first issue of “Never Contemplated” went online on September 16 and featured host Administrative Law Judge Hetal Desai interviewing First District Court of Appeal Judge Rachel Nordby about her experiences…

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Never hit send in anger: Navigating professionalism in the electronic age

Virtual technology is revolutionizing the administration of justice, but the digital age is also exacting a toll on the legal profession, warns Caroline Johnson, a former member of the Supreme Court’s Commission on Professionalism. “With the increase in the use of social media, there has also been, unfortunately, a coarsening of society,” Johnson said. “Folks…

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Local professionalism panels offer a nonconfrontational approach to conduct problems

“Death is a trigger.” A death in the family often leads to behavior problems that land lawyers before local professionalism panels. The observation came from West Palm Beach attorney Kara Rockenback Link, a member of the 15th Circuit professionalism panel, as she discussed that group’s successful approach to dealing with and solving problems for local…

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Bar’s ‘Best Practices for Professional Electronic Communication’ handbook now includes a section on video conferencing

The Florida Bar has again updated its “Best Practices for Professional Electronic Communication” handbook to include a section on video conferencing. The handbook, originally released in 2015, provides best practices for the most popularly used forms of electronic communication. It examines the ethical, legal, and professional issues that lawyers can encounter when using modern communications,…

Phyllis Kotey

Bar’s Standing Committee on Professionalism bestows honors

Florida International University College of Law Professor Phyllis Kotey and the Nova Southeastern University College of Law’s Legal Research & Writing Student Outreach Program have been honored by the Bar’s Standing Committee on Professionalism. Kotey has received the committee’s annual Law Faculty/Administrator Award while the research and writing program received the committee’ Group Professionalism Award….

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Young Lawyers Division retools its ‘Practicing With Professionalism’ series

The Young Lawyers Division, always a champion of using technology to enhance the practice of law, is revamping its digital “Practicing With Professionalism” series. YLD President Santo DiGangi was quick to credit YLD members Lara Bach and Ashlea Edwards for overseeing the redesign, which is expected to launch before the end of the Bar year…

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Maintaining legal decorum in the ‘new normal’

There have been marked changes in how society functions as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and its “social distancing” practices. Out of necessity, we have adapted our behaviors both personally and professionally. Within the practice of law, as in many professions, we have flocked to using video conferencing technology to keep business moving. It…

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Social distancing for extroverts

You cannot turn on a TV today without hearing about the importance of “social distancing” and “self-isolating.” COVID-19 has quickly infiltrated our society and is seemingly isolating every single person in America. While social distancing is important and a practice that everyone should most certainly put in place, it has made our everyday lives feel…

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Judge Marcia Morales Howard honored with Hoeveler Judicial Professionalism Award

U.S. Middle District Judge Marcia Morales Howard of Jacksonville received the William M. Hoeveler Judicial Professionalism Award, given annually by the Henry Latimer Center for Professionalism and the Standing Committee on Professionalism. The award recognizes an active judge who best exemplifies strength of character, service, and competence as a jurist, lawyer, and public servant. “Judge…

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Bar’s ‘Best Practices for Professional Electronic Communication’ handbook updated, available for download

The Florida Bar has released an updated online handbook, “Best Practices for Professional Electronic Communication, ” which offers guidance to all Florida lawyers on communicating in the digital age. The handbook, originally released in 2015, provides best practices for the most popularly used forms of electronic communication. It examines the ethical, legal, and professional issues…

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Stetson Law professional development conference wins ABA award

Stetson University College of Law’s “Professional Development Conference: Campus to Career” has won the 2019 ABA’s E. Smythe Gambrell Professionalism Award. “We are honored to be recognized by the American Bar Association and presented with the E. Smythe Gambrell Professionalism Award,” said Joann Grages Burnett, Campus to Career co-chair and associate director of career and…

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Zuroweste wins Crumbley Award for practice management

ZACK ZUROWESTE is the recipient of the Solo & Small Firm Section’s 2019 Walter S. Crumbley Award, given each year to an individual who has made a significant contribution to practice management in Florida. Section Secretary Jacina Haston, former director of The Henry Latimer Center for Professionalism at The Florida Bar, presented the award during…

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Center for Professionalism releases updated Professionalism Handbook

“Professionalism is the pursuit and practice of the highest ideals and tenets of the legal profession. It embraces far more than simply complying with the minimal standards of professional conduct. The essential ingredients of professionalism are character, competence, civility, and commitment,” according to The Florida Bar Standing Committee on Professionalism. Toward that end, the Bar’s…

Henry Latimer Center for Professionalism sponsored seminar

Program promotes professionalism to law students

Being a professional means more than thorough preparation and knowledge of the law, a Henry Latimer Center for Professionalism panel of experts told a group of Jacksonville law students at a recent luncheon forum. Appearing July 23 at the Florida Coastal School of Law, the panel included a U.S. district judge; a county judge; an…

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Bar’s Committee on Professionalism subsumes the charge to the S.C. Commission on Professionalism and Civility

Bar leaders say they’re confident the recent disbanding of the Florida Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism and Civility won’t slow a decades-long movement to promote the highest standards in the profession. At a meeting of the Bar’s Standing Committee on Professionalism during the Bar’s Annual Convention in Boca Raton, outgoing Chair Starling Newcomb told committee…

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Fifth Circuit program lauded with professionalism award

THE FIFTH CIRCUIT’S “Eliminating Bias in the Courts” is the winner of this year’s Group Professionalism Award from The Florida Bar’s Standing Committee on Professionalism. The award honors one program instituted and coordinated by a bar association, judicial organization, inn of court, or law school organization aimed at enhancing professionalism among lawyers and law students…

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Wolfson wins Hoeveler Judicial Professionalism Award

Eleventh Circuit Judge Andrea R. Wolfson was named the recipient of the William M. Hoeveler Judicial Professionalism Award, given annually by The Florida Bar’s Henry Latimer Center for Professionalism and the Standing Committee on Professionalism. The purpose of the award is to recognize an active judge who best exemplifies strength of character, service, and competence…

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Rockenbach honored with Stubbs Professionalism Award

KARA BERARD ROCKENBACH, center, received the Palm Beach County Bar Association’s Sidney Stubbs Professionalism Award at the PBCBA’s Annual Bench Bar Conference. The award recognizes an attorney that has demonstrated or promoted outstanding professionalism in Palm Beach County, as defined by exemplary ethical conduct, character and integrity, respect for the legal system and all of…

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Center for Professionalism, Foundation benefit from court award

The Florida Bar’s Henry Latimer Center for Professionalism and The Florida Bar Foundation will benefit from funds received from a four-judge panel of the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida, the result of a case in which sanctions against two law firms were levied. The Center for Professionalism, in conjunction with…

UF students crave more health and wellness resources

REPRESENTATIVES OF THE STUDENT Education & Admissions to the Bar Committee and the Bar’s Henry Latimer Center for Professionalism recently met with law students at the University of Florida to talk about the Bar’s efforts to promote health and wellness and lift the persistent cloud that clings to mental illness and listen to student’s concerns. From…

Judge Pitts honored for professionalism

FOUNDING MEMBER and first president of the Judge William Wieland Inn of Court of Orlando Judge Neal Pitts was awarded the Workers’ Compensation Section’s Frierson-Colling Professionalism Award. He is the first judge of compensation claims to be honored with the award. Pictured are Judge Pitts, holding the award, several judges of compensation claims, Chief Judge…

Professionalism trending in the right direction’

Professionalism trending ‘in the right direction’ Senior Editor As he prepares for mandatory retirement at the end of the year, Florida Supreme Court Justice Fred Lewis says he is encouraged by the progress of a statewide effort to raise the level of professionalism in Florida’s legal community. “I think it’s going in the right direction,”…

Judge Paul Huck wins Hoeveler Judicial Professionalism Award

Judge Paul Huck wins Hoeveler Judicial Professionalism Award Judge Paul C. Huck of the U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida, has been named the winner of the William M. Hoeveler Judicial Professionalism Award, given by The Florida Bar’s Standing Committee on Professionalism. The award recognizes an active judge who best exemplifies strength of character,…

Family Law Section publishes new ‘Bounds of Advocacy’ practice guidelines

Family Law Section publishes new ‘Bounds of Advocacy’ practice guidelines If you practice family law or handle any family law issues, the Family Law Section’s newly revised and released “Bounds of Advocacy” goals for family lawyers in Florida will be available on the section’s website by May 10. The guide leads Florida lawyers through the…

Board proposes a change to professionalism CLE credit

Board proposes a change to professionalism CLE credit The Florida Bar Board of Governors has signed off on a proposed rule change that would eventually require every lawyer in Florida to earn a continuing legal education credit for “professionalism.” The board voted unanimously at its recent meeting in Tallahassee to forward the proposal to the…

Professionalism panel seeks CLE credits for mentoring

Professionalism panel seeks CLE credits for mentoring Participants in a mentoring program, both those giving and receiving advice, should be eligible for CLE credits, according to the Bar’s Standing Committee on Professionalism. The committee made that recommendation at its recent meeting where it also adopted a motto to support its mission statement and worked on…

Bandy leads the Latimer Center for Professionalism

Rebecca Bandy, the new director of The Florida Bar Henry Latimer Center for Professionalism, is focused on getting the word out about its services to members. “I think we are a hidden gem in the Bar,” said Bandy, who joined the center as assistant director in March 2017 and was recently promoted. The center is…

Daniels honored with Lifeetime Professionalism Award

THE TALLAHASSEE BAR ASSOCIATION recently presented its annual Lifetime Professionalism Award to Nancy Daniels, center, who served for 26 years as the public defender for Leon and five surrounding counties before her retirement in 2016. Daniels was instrumental in the development of the Second Circuit’s drug courts, mental health treatment initiatives, juvenile diversion, and civil…

Leblanc wins William M. Hoeveler Judicial Professionalism Award

JUDGE ROBERT PAUL LEBLANC of the Ninth Circuit received the William M. Hoeveler Judicial Professionalism Award during the Judicial Luncheon at this year’s Bar convention. Outgoing Bar President Bill Schifino said: “Judge LeBlanc is known to have an ‘open door policy’ with attorneys who appear before him. He regularly mentors law students, serves as a…

Stetson wins professionalism YouTube contest

Stetson wins professionalism YouTube contest Stetson University College of Law won The Florida Bar Law Student Professionalism YouTube contest for the third year in a row. The contest is designed to promote professionalism among law students. Student Shaheen Nouri wrote and acted in this year’s video, “Law & Order: Ethical Victims Unit,” along with students…

Professionalism seminar set for April

Professionalism seminar set for April Panel discussions and talks on professionalism and management skills and an assessment of “why you think and act the way that you do” will be part of the first “Putting the ‘Pro’ in Professionalism” seminar, sponsored by The Florida Bar’s Standing Committee in Professionalism and the Bar’s Henry Latimer Center…

Leadership Academy provides many benefits

Leadership Academy provides many benefits Bar Leadership Academy applications are available at floridabar.org/leadershipacademy Kevin A. McNeill Vice Chair of the Leadership Academy Many people think of the Wm. Reece Smith, Jr., Leadership Academy, as a group of vibrant, talented lawyers participating in a program designed to enhance their leadership skills. The Bar’s Leadership Academy is…

Putting the ‘pro’ in professionalism

Putting the ‘pro’ in professionalism A unique professionalism seminar in April and a fall conclave of legal educators, bar admissions officials, law clinic instructors, and others to focus on reaching law students with professionalism ideals are on the agenda of the Bar’s Professionalism Committee. The seminar, set for April 21 at the West Palm Beach…

Confidentiality for circuit professionalism panels discussed

Confidentiality for circuit professionalism panels discussed Senior Editor Confidentiality, performance, and publicity about local lawyer professionalism panels were the focus of the Supreme Court’s Professionalism Commission, when it met June 25 at the Bar’s Annual Convention. The commission, chaired by Supreme Court Justice Fred Lewis, voted to create three subcommittees to look at confidentiality of…

Program instills ‘The Winning Edge’ in law students

Program instills ‘The Winning Edge’ in law students Associate Editor Most lawyers remember a time when they went to their classes in jeans and t-shirts carrying backpacks — more likely thinking about what’s on their exams than what’s ahead in their futures as lawyers, particularly when it comes to considering “The Winning Edge,” or, rather,…