At its October 14, 2021 meeting, the Executive Council of the CCLGL Section adopted a revised Mission Statement, Vision Statement, and Strategic Plan to guide the Section’s goals and priorities for the next 1,
The CCLGL Section is pleased to present this upcoming free live webinar:
Vaccination Mandates: Local Governments Caught in the Middle
Presented by the CCLGL Section &
The Florida Supreme Court recently amended the Rules of General Practice and Judicial Administration rule 2.420(d) (Public Access to and Protection of Judicial Branch Records; Procedures for Determining Confidentiality of Court Records),
The CCLGL Section provides a wide range of benefits, services, and programs to its members–are you familiar with them all? Member benefits include:
- Discounted CLEs.
One of the top priorities of the 2021-2022 CCLGL Executive Committee is to develop and adopt a strategic plan to direct the Section’s trajectory over the next 3 to 5 years.
The City, County, and Local Government Law (CCLGL) Section is delighted to announce the adoption of a Diversity Fellowship Program to assist attorneys who have a financial need with attending Section events,
City, County, and Local Government Law Section-branded merchandize is available for purchase from the Florida Bar’s Official Swag Store: CCLGL. You can get CCLGL-logo branded shirts,
The collective knowledge of the CCLGL Section’s membership is literally at your fingertips! When researching a novel or unique local government law question, many of us find it helpful to get feedback from other CCLGL Section members who have already tackled the same issue.
The Supreme Court of Florida recently issued SC20-1765, amending the Florida Rules of Judicial Administration (FRJA) rule 2.420(d) (Public Access to and Protection of Judicial Branch Records; Procedures for Determining Confidentiality of Court Records).
Following an intense discussion, the CCLGL’s Executive Committee made the difficult decision to hold the 44th Annual Local Government Law in Florida Seminar virtually, instead of in person, in light of continuing concerns related to the COVID pandemic and the uncertainty over how quickly the COVID-19 vaccination process will progress.