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Many of Central Florida’s voluntary bars and legal aid organizations statewide have provided attorneys for the Victims’ Legal Assistance Program panel, including the Central Florida Gay and Lesbian Law Association; Hispanic Bar Association of Central Florida; Central Florida Association for Women Lawyers; Paul C. Perkins Bar Association; Federal Bar Association; and Greater Orlando Asian
American Bar Association. Support has poured in from law firms and in-house counsel from throughout the region and the country.
Nearly 60 Federal Bar Association leaders converged on the nation’s capitol on May 19, 2016 in conjunction with FBA Capitol Hill Day, educating Congressional lawmakers about the needs and challenges facing the Federal courts. The annual advocacy event involved over 200 meetings by FBA national, circuit, chapter, section and division leaders with Washington lawmakers and staff.
The Federal Bar Association has announced the formation of a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender (LGBT) Section to provide LGBT attorneys, their supporters, and those representing LGBT clients with an opportunity to share concerns, network, and build relationships with one another in a supportive forum.
Our Founding Fathers understood the need for an independent Judiciary, which was created under Article III of the United States Constitution. The Judicial Branch is one of one of the three separate and distinct branches of the federal government. The other two are the legislative and executive branches.
These answers of frequently asked questions are provided for your reference but should not take the place of professional legal advice. Topics include selecting a lawyer; legal fees; law and the courts; law and the consumer; and bankruptcy.