Everything Old is New Again
Join the Guardian ad Litem Program and the Pro Bono Committee of The Florida Bar’s Appellate Practice Section (APS) for the Virtual Free CLE series Everything Old is New Again presented via GoToWebinar.
In this training, some of Florida’s finest appellate practitioners examine how to stay current with changes in law affecting appellate practice, and they will share best practices to assist you in your appellate advocacy. Learn about new appellate rules and get an inside look at the Clerk’s Office of the Second District Court of Appeal. Listen as judiciary members discuss how cases, procedures, and the courtroom have changed. They will provide tips on navigating those changes.
Other topics and speakers include:
- A Conversation with the Judiciary: Challenges and Opportunities in the Changing Landscape of Appellate Practice Moderated by Kimberly K. Berman of Fort Lauderdale.
- Going Retro: How New Laws Can Affect Pending Cases Presented by Forrest Andrews from Miami, FL.
- Staff Attorneys: The Other Half of Your Judicial Audience Presented by Jared Krukar from Tampa, FL.
- Tips from the Clerk’s Office Presented by Mary Beth Kuenzel from Lakeland, FL.
- Stare Decisis: Old Principle, New Views Presented by Thomasina Moore from Tallahassee, FL.
- Keeping up with the Rules Presented by Nancy Wear from Coral Gables, FL.
You can attend the complete session or a single course, as each course is individually approved for CLE accreditation and board certification in Appellate Practice and Juvenile Law.
This CLE builds upon the GAL’s prior joint CLE series with the APS, including “Appeals for the Pro Bono Practitioner” and “Winning Your Appeal at Trial.” These series feature a different cast of appellate all-stars and provide valuable information for attorneys of every level of appellate experience. They are available for free CLE credit on the GAL’s YouTube channel, Free Florida CLE.
Reserve your spot for the “Everything Old is New Again” CLE in advance of January 26, 2022, by clicking the registration button below. The CLE is free and available to all Florida attorneys, so please share this information with anyone who might be interested.