She was a legal lion, a feminist icon, a trailblazing jurist, a night owl, a theater lover, an avid exerciser, a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, and so much more. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was an inspiration to millions, and three of her former law clerks celebrated all she did for
Updating the presentations they gave last year at the program for lawyers preparing to take the appellate board certification exam, Brannock Humphries & Berman managing shareholders Steve Brannock and Celene Humphries spoke at the board certification “boot camp” event presented by the Florida Bar’s Appellate Practice Section.
Ceci Berman presented on the unwritten rules of appellate practice and Joe Eagleton discussed thorny jurisdictional issues along with serving as the moderator and chair of the Hidden Essentials of Appellate Law 2021, a biannual seminar presented by the Florida Bar’s Appellate Practice Section.
Brannock Humphries & Berman shareholder Ceci Berman presented on appellate practice as part of the extensive education program offered annually to lawyers sitting for the board certification exam in marital and family law.
Brannock Humphries & Berman partner Steve Brannock presented a continuing legal education program for the Martin County Bar Association on how to stop enforcement of a judgment pending appeal.
Twenty years after the infamous series of cases that came to be known as Bush v. Gore, Brannock Humphries & Berman shareholder Celene Humphries moderated a panel with several key players from the litigation, including former Florida Supreme Court Justice Peggy Quince.
Brannock Humphries & Berman shareholder Phil Padovano, a former appellate judge and author of the leading treatise on Florida appellate practice, was a featured speaker at this month’s webinar presented by the Florida Bar’s Appellate Practice Section.
Joining a who’s who of appellate lawyers in Florida, Brannock Humphries & Berman shareholder Tom Seider was a featured speaker at the first ever “Appellate Practice for Trial Lawyers” event sponsored by the Florida Justice Association’s Appellate Practice Section.