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Mission Statement
Interested in having a Florida Bar speaker talk to your group?
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Speaking Out Newsletter
Law Related Education materials

 


Benchmarks

Benchmarks Presentations and The Florida Bar Speakers Bureau Pamphlet

Request a Speaker on Benchmarks (Adult Civic Education) for your group!

Benchmarks

“Benchmarks: Raising the Bar on Civics Education” offers attorneys presentations about government and the courts that they can use when speaking to adult civic groups. This is a critical mission for The Florida Bar. An informed public is the best defense of a vigorous democracy, the rule of law and a fair and impartial judiciary. Overviews and supporting materials are online, grouped by: Constitution and the Bill of Rights; Courts and the Judicial Branch; and Special Topics. Attorneys who take the training – by watching the webinar or attending seminars that are held locally and in conjunction with Bar meetings – are eligible to make Benchmarks presentations. Presenters can earn one ethics credit hour for each presentation for up to three presentations in a three-year reporting period.

Constitution Revision Commission webinar

In this Benchmarks webinar titled “Examining the Issues, Evaluating Proposals: 2017-2018 Florida Constitution Revision,” Annette Pitts, executive director of the Florida Law Related Education Association, and Judge Augustus Aikens, chair of the Constitutional Judiciary Committee, discuss how the Florida Constitution can be amended while focusing on the Florida Constitution Revision Commission and proposals on the 2018 General Election ballot. After viewing the webinar, members can take the presentation, available at www.floridabar.org/Benchmarks, to their community clubs and civic groups. Course number 1804926N. 1 Hour General credit. Login to report CLE credits online member.floridabar.org.


Mission Statement

The Speakers Bureau exists to promote among Florida citizens an 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.

There is no fee for this service!

Help us spread the word about the Speakers Bureau.


Interested in having a Florida Bar speaker talk to your group?

The Florida Bar Speakers Bureau offers schools, businesses, community groups and organizations the opportunity to have experienced attorneys speak about the role of lawyers, the significance of Florida’s constitution and its revision and threats to the U.S. justice system — among other legal topics.

Speaker Request Form

For assistance call (850) 561-5701 or email [email protected].

Feedback Report

We want to hear from you to improve our services. 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!

Open Speaking Requests

No open speaking requests at the moment.

If you or someone you know are able to take any of these engagements, please email [email protected].

DATE/TIME LOCATION AUDIENCE TOPIC

Speaker Resources

Constitution Pamphlet

Consumer Pamphlets


Speaking Out Newsletter

 

Speaking Out

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

 


Law Related Education materials

Justice is Served!
A Guide to Assist Judges with K-12 Classroom Presentations
is available in PDF format on the Florida Law Related Education Association, Inc. site
The guide is a collaborative project of the Supreme Court of Florida and FLREA.


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