Last year, the Section moved into the technological age and revamped the monthly CLEs. It moved from a telephonic to a webinar format. This change was a huge success. It allowed the speakers to use a PowerPoint or other handouts to aid their presentations and to poll the audience. The program also allowed the listeners to pose real-time questions in a chat function. Our attendance numbers were larger than ever!
The Section will continue the audio webcasts format for the 2018-2019 season. However, there will be a few additional changes. For instance, last year there were several presentations that were not recorded. Listeners had to tune in live to receive CLE credit. This year, however, every presentation will be recorded to some extent. Speakers will have the option of having their presentation available for after-market sales or for a period of 90 days only for those who preregister. In any event, if you have an oral argument or hearing during the presentation, don’t fret! You now have the ability to hear all the presentations at a later time when you preregister.
The pricing will remain the same. The CLEs are available for advance individual purchase at $30 for section members and $45 for nonsection members. Section members can also purchase them in a bundle at a discounted rate of $240. When available, after-market sales may be at an increased price.
The Committee has again planned the entire 2018-2019 season. This season covers a broad range of topics from a wide array of speakers.
The 2018-2019 Monthly Audio Webcast Schedule
July 17, 2018
Douglas A. Wallace, Brannock & Humphries, Tampa
What makes a case one of exceptional importance? When are you likely to obtain en banc review based upon conflict within a district court of appeal’s decisions? That is what you will find out if you log on to this Webinar. Former Second District Court of Appeal Judge Douglas A. Wallace will provide a primer on what cases are best suited for en banc review in Florida’s District Courts of Appeal. Learn how to place your motions seeking review in the best light, or whether your case is one proper for review at all.
August 21, 2018
Andy Bolin, Bolin Law Group, Tampa
Philip Burlington, Burlington & Rockenbach, P.A., West Palm Beach
Kansas R. Gooden, Boyd & Jenerette, P.A., Miami
September 18, 2018
The State of Appellate Mediation in Florida’s State and Federal Courts
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Beth Greenfield-Mandler, Kinnard Mediation Center, Miami
Nicholas A. Shannin, Shannin Law Firm. P.A., Orlando
October 16, 2018
Kristen Fiore, Akerman, Tallahassee
November 20, 2018
Rachel Nordby, Office of the Attorney General Tallahassee
January 15, 2019
Matthew Conigliaro, Carlton Fields, P.A., Tampa
February 19, 2019
Alina Alonso Rodriguez, Bowman and Brooke LLP, Miami
Wendy Lumish, Bowman and Brooke LLP, Miami
March 19, 2019
Kristina Samuels, First District, Tallahassee
Mary Beth Kuenzel, Second District, Lakeland
Mary Cay Blanks, Third District, Miami
Lonn Weissblum, Fourth District, West Palm Beach
Joanne P. Simmons, Fifth District, Daytona Beach
April 16, 2019
Courtney Brewer, The Mills Firms, Tallahassee
May 21, 2019
Judge Kevin Emas, Third District, Miami
Chief Judge Jonathan Gerber, Fourth District, West Palm Beach
Judge James Edwards, Fifth District, Daytona Beach
**These presentations must be purchased in advance and will not be available for purchase after the date of the presentation. If you purchase these in advance, you will have 90 days to listen to the presentation and earn your CLE credit.
Please make plans to join us for an exciting CLE season!
Kansas R. Gooden
Chair of the CLE Committee, 2018-2019