The Florida Bar Fort Lauderdale Office is requesting a volunteer attorney to assist in handling an inventory proceeding concerning a deceased attorney.
The attorney passed away in February of 2018. Attempts to complete the inventory have not been successful. There is an operating and trust account. It is unknown how much, if any funds, are in either account. The inventory attorney would need to make that determination. There are approximately 7 boxes of closed files. The contents of the boxes will need to be reviewed to determine if there are any original documents to return to clients. The inventory attorney will be reimbursed by the Bar for out of pocket costs. Those interested can contact William Mulligan (WMulligan@floridabar.org) and Randi Lazarus (firstname.lastname@example.org).
RE: Petition for Reinstatement by Brian John Murtha Case No. SC19-1886 TFB File No. 2020-30,327 (18C) (CRE) Dear Ms. Callow: Pursuant to R. Regulation Fla. Bar 3-7.10, Mr. Murtha has petitioned the Supreme Court of Florida for reinstatement to The Florida Bar. A copy of that petition is enclosed. Pursuant to an order from the […]Read More
The School District of Palm Beach County, Office of General Counsel, is seeking a Paralegal to work in a fast-paced, diverse legal office that supports public education in Palm Beach County, Florida. The position requires an experienced Paralegal with a demonstrated record in transactional practice and demonstrated ability to be a self-starter. The candidate should […]Read More
The Board of Governors is seeking applicants for the following vacancy to be filled during its March 20, 2020, meeting: Supreme Court’s Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee: One lawyer to fill a four-year term commencing July 1, 2020, and ending June 30, 2024. This is a 12-member committee that renders 20 to 25 written advisory opinions […]Read More
TALLAHASSEE – Continuing its practice of public involvement, The Florida Bar seeks a new nonlawyer to serve on its governing board. Since 1987, two public members have served on the Bar’s 52-member governing board, after the Supreme Court of Florida approved the organization’s request to have nonlawyer representation on the board. Only 12 other state […]Read More
The Florida Supreme Court Judicial Nominating Commission is accepting additional applications for Criminal Conflict and Civil Regional Counsel for the First, Second, Third, Fourth, and Fifth Districts. These appointments by Gov. Ron DeSantis are to fill vacancies created by the conclusion of the four-year terms of the current Regional Counsels. A description of the duties […]Read More
The Florida Supreme Court Judicial Nominating Commission is accepting applications to fill the vacancies on the Florida Supreme Court created by the resignations of Justice Barbara Lagoa and Justice Robert Luck to assume federal judicial office. Based on the Florida Supreme Court’s current composition, at least one of the justices appointed to fill these two […]Read More
WEST PALM BEACH, FL – On November 7, 2019, the15th Judicial Circuit Pro Bono Committee hosted its inaugural Pro Bono Awards Pinning Ceremony and Ice Cream Social. The Pinning Ceremony recognized attorneys in our community who went above and beyond to provide pro bono legal services in 2018 in conjunction with the Legal Aid Society […]Read More
Dear Governor DeSantis: The Judicial Nominating Commission for the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit takes pleasure in certifying to you the following nominees to fill the County Court vacancies in Palm Beach County that was the subject of your Letter to Convene dated October 3, 2019: 1. Peter Bassaline 2. Melanie Casper 3. Lloyd Comiter 4. Laura […]Read More
Summaries of orders issued from Aug. 22 to Oct. 15, 2019 The Florida Bar, the state’s guardian for the integrity of the legal profession, announces that the Florida Supreme Court in recent court orders disciplined 11 attorneys, disbarring three, revoking the licenses of one, suspending one and reprimanding six. One attorney was also ordered to […]Read More