There is still time to register for the 11th Circuit’s August 5 Virtual Town Hall with President Foster-Morales
The first in a series of President Dori Foster-Morales’ Virtual Town Hall forums regarding the COVID-19 pandemic is set for the 11th Circuit on August 5 beginning at noon.
Foster-Morales will lead panels of Bar leaders, judges, and local voluntary bar leaders in virtual forums in each of Florida’s 20 judicial circuits through August and September. Bar members are able to view schedules and registration information on the Bar website at www.floridabar.org/virtualtownhalls.
Joining Foster-Morales for the 11th Circuit Virtual Town Hall will be:
- Florida Bar Board of Governors member Steven W. Davis, who will moderate the event
- 11th Judicial Circuit Chief Judge Bertila Soto
- Civil Division Judge Jennifer Bailey
- Family Division Judge Scott Bernstein
- Criminal Division Judge Nushin Sayfie
- Sheena Benjamin-Wise of the Gwen S. Cherry Black Women Lawyers Association
- Ardith Bronson of Miami-Dade FAWL
- Frances Guasch of the Cuban American Bar Association
- Karen Josefsberg Ladis of Dade County Legal Aid
- Jane Muir of the Miami-Dade County Bar Association
- Trelvis Randolph of the Wilkie D. Ferguson, Jr., Bar Association
The panel will discuss how Florida attorneys are coping during the pandemic; how the judicial system is adapting its operations locally; and what the Bar can do to assist members in their legal practice and beyond. The panelists will provide brief remarks and then take questions from Bar members. Visit this page to register and get the Zoom information.
The second in the series of Town Halls is set for the 17th Circuit August 10 beginning at 11 a.m. To register, click here.
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