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The Florida Bar Speakers Bureau

The Florida Bar Speakers BureauThe Speakers Bureau promotes the understanding of our constitutionally based system of government, knowledge about the justice system, and an appreciation of the role lawyers play to protect the rights of all.

Request a Speaker

The Florida Bar Speakers Bureau offers schools, businesses, community groups and organizations the opportunity to have experienced attorneys speak about the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, courts and the judicial branch, the role of lawyers in the justice system, the significance of Florida’s constitution, and threats to the U.S. justice system.

Volunteer attorneys are also available to give presentations on such topics as advanced directives, family law, consumer protection, the First Amendment and many other legal topics.

There is no fee for this service. For assistance, call 850-561-5701 or send us an email.

Request a Speaker

Feedback Report

How did we do? Please send us a feedback report form about your presentation.


Become a Speaker

We are always looking for more dedicated attorney volunteers for our Speakers Bureau! Log in to the MyFloridaBar Member Portal to enroll. Simply select the topics on which you can present. Training is required before volunteers can sign up for Benchmarks: Raising the Bar on Civics Education presentations (presenters can earn one ethics credit hour for each presentation for up to three presentations in a three-year reporting period).

Become a Speaker

2020 Open Speaking Requests

Currently, there are no available open speaking dates.


Speaker Resources

Speaking Out Blog

Speaking Out

The Speaking Out blog is dedicated to the interaction and education of volunteer speaker members of The Florida Bar Speakers Bureau. Email items of interest to Dorohn A. Frazier, or mail to The Florida Bar Speakers Bureau, 651 E. Jefferson St., Tallahassee, FL 32399-2300. Photos sent by email should be in jpg or gif format.

Constitution Pamphlet

Consumer Pamphlets

Tips for Making a Good Presentation