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),
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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.
The Ralph A. Marsicano Award is the most coveted and respected award presented by the CCLGL Section. Each year it is awarded to an individual who has made significant and outstanding contributions to the development of Local Government Law in Florida.