As recovery efforts following Hurricane Ian continue, the CCLGL Section is here as a resource for our members. If you need assistance please email email@example.com; a small team of members have volunteered to help others navigate the complexities of providing legal counsel to government agencies responding to a disaster by answering questions and sharing their experience.
Congratulations to all the new CCLGL Board Certified Attorneys! Being certified by the Florida Bar as an expert in local government law is one of the highest honors for a local government attorney.
The Section is pleased to announce the 48th annual jointly-sponsored Public Employment Labor Relations Forum (PELRF), to be held at the Rosen Plaza Hotel in Orlando on October 21 –
Calling all local government law writers! Now is the time to write that article you’ve been thinking about!
The City, County and Local Government Law (CCLGL) Section of the Florida Bar is proud to partner with the Stetson University College of Law’s Stetson Law Review for the publication of the annual Local Government Law Symposium journal,
The Section is pleased to announce the creation of a test Document Library!
In response to the 2021 CCLGL Section survey, over 75% of respondents indicated that they would value a database where Section members could share resolutions,
CCLGL ANNUAL CONFERENCE WEEK
(May 5 – 8, 2022)
Get ready to join us at the beautiful Ritz Carlton Golf Resort in Naples,
The application period for CCLGL Student Internship Grant awards is now open!
The Executive Council of the City, County and Local Government Law Section of The Florida Bar provides annual grants to local government attorney offices in the State of Florida to fund paid college student or law student internships.
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),