Upcoming Webinars

Tips, Take-a-ways, and Tea: A Health & Wellness Webinar
Wednesday, October 30, 2019, Noon - 1 p.m. ET
Approved by The Florida Bar for 1.0 General/1.0 Mental Illness CLE
We invite you to get comfortable, pour a cup of tea (or coffee), grab a (healthy) snack, and join us for a wonderful discussion on career transitions, wellness, and mentoring with Kristen Adams, Professor of Law and Director of the Dispute Resolution Board at Stetson University College of Law. (This webinar is re-scheduled from May 2019)
The webinar is free for FAWL members, but advance registation is required - click HERE to register.

Elder Exploitation Remedies - in Guardianship and Beyond
Thursday, November 21, 2019, Noon - 1 p.m. ET
CLE Approval Pending
With elder exploitation issues in the news more regularly, and with new and changing options in Florida for addressing exploitation, Rebecca M. Vaccariello, Esq., an experienced litigator based in Naples who focuses on guardianship and fiduciary litigation, will discuss how to spot common signs of exploitation, will outline the various Florida legal remedies that exist, including the new exploitation injunction statute, and will discuss how to decide which Florida legal remedy is most appropriate.  This is a program for attorneys of any practice area, because clients of any attorney could be victims of exploitation.  Time will be provided for questions.
The webinar is free for FAWL members, but advance registation is required - click HERE to register.


Past Webinars

Paths to the Judiciary: Lessons from Candidates for Election and Appointment
April 26, 2019, Noon - 1 p.m. ET
Approved for 1.0 General CLE Credit, Ref. Number 1904352N Download CLE Certificate
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This one-hour course covers the legal and practical aspects of both running for, and seeking appointment to, judicial office.  Join judicial candidate Suzanne Van Wyk and applicants for appointment Sara Peacock and Monique Scott for an informative lunch and learn.

Speakers will individually discuss each subtopic generally, and then panel members will follow up with their additional insight and experiences. Discussion topics will take place as follows:

Judicial Candidates – 30 minutes
  • Governing Statutes and Rules
  • Canons of Judicial Conduct
  • Know Why You Are Running
  • Selecting Your Team
  • Raising Money
  • Spending Money
Applications for Appointment – 30 minutes
  • Deciding When to Apply
  • Preparing Your Application
  • Application Process and What to Expect
  • What do I do next…?

Past Webinars - Recording Available

Mastering Microsoft Office
Presented by Sarah E. Kay, Sessums Black Caballero Ficarrotta
October 9, 2019