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Federal Judicial Nominations Conference: Notice Related to Applications for U.S. District Judge for the Middle District of Florida

By FBA - Tampa Bay Chapter |

The Florida Federal Judicial Nominating Conference (JNC) is now formally accepting applications for the purpose of recommending a specified number of applicants for the following position: Middle District of Florida: the JNC will select and submit three (3) finalists for U.S. District Judge. COMPLETED APPLICATIONS must be received by the regional JNC Chair VIA… Read More »

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Gideon v. Wainwright CLE & Reception

By FBA - Tampa Bay Chapter |

The Tampa Bay Chapter of the Federal Bar Association and the George Edgecomb Bar Association are proud to present Gideon v. Wainwright: A Discussion About the Right to Counsel as Fundamental and Essential to Fair Trials to be held on April 21, at 4:00 p.m. at the Jury Assembly Room of the Sam Gibbons… Read More »

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Vacancy Announcement: Public Outreach Coordinator

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Public Outreach Coordinator Independent Contractor – Part Time – 6 to 12 Months Payment for Services: $30 per hour Representative Duties The Public Outreach Coordinator will assist the Tampa Bay Chapter of the Federal Bar Association (the “Chapter”) and the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida, Tampa Division (the “Court”)… Read More »

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Vacancy Announcement: Public Outreach Coordinator (Part Time)

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Vacancy Announcement: Know anyone who might be interested in assisting the Tampa Bay Chapter of the FBA and the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida with developing and implementing community outreach efforts about the federal judicial system and Chapter?  If so, check out the vacancy announcement for a part-time Public Outreach… Read More »

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Judge Joseph Woodrow Hatchett: The First of Many, but Not the Last

By FBA - Tampa Bay Chapter |

The First of Many, But Not the Last – 1932-2021 By Joseline Hardrick The death of Judge Joseph Woodrow Hatchett on April 30, 2021, came as a shock to many, especially those who knew him. Indeed, to those he had impacted, his 88 years spent on this earth seemed like a relatively short time… Read More »

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Announcement: Middle District of Florida’s Annual High School Essay Contests

By FBA - Tampa Bay Chapter |

The Tampa Bay and Jacksonville Chapters of the Federal Bar Association have announced essay contests celebrating the 230th anniversary of the ratification of the Bill or Rights. The key dates for the Tampa contest are as follows: August 13, 2021: Essay prompt and rules released on www.flmd.uscourts.gov November 5, 2021: Essay submission deadline December… Read More »

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FBA Virtual Civil Discourse Program, April 8-9, 2021

By FBA - Tampa Bay Chapter |

On April 8 and 9, 2021, Middle District of Florida Judge Virginia Covington, Hillsborough Circuit Court Judge Anne-Leigh Moe, and federal practitioners from the Tampa Bay Chapter of the Federal Bar Association, Mindi Richter, David Wright and Ellen Lyons presented the United States Courts’ Program,  Civil Discourse and Difficult Conversations, to two classes of… Read More »

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Leadership Spotlight: Jordan Maglich, TBCFBA President-Elect (Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney)

By FBA - Tampa Bay Chapter |

Our April Spotlight shines on Jordan Maglich, TBCFBA President-Elect. We took some time to sit down with Jordan and ask him a few questions about his Board experience and his practice. How long have you been involved with the FBA and what are your current duties? I am currently serving as the President-Elect of… Read More »

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Essay Contest Winner: Han Minh Nguyen (St. Petersburg High School)

By FBA - Tampa Bay Chapter |

Women’s Suffrage and the Importance of the Right to Vote The first form of democracy in the United States dates back to the colonial era with the formation of the House of Burgesses in Virginia. However, there were many limitations to this framework as it favored the wealthy and women were not able to… Read More »

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Q&A with U.S. District Judge Kathryn Kimball Mizelle

By FBA - Tampa Bay Chapter |

From the March 2021 TBCFBA Newsletter Q: How did you find out that you had been nominated to serve as a United States District Judge? A:  The process occurred rather quickly for me.  I learned in June 2020 that Judge Covington had notified the President that she intended to take senior status.  Shortly thereafter,… Read More »

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