Reprising their longtime roles, Brannock Humphries & Berman partners Celene Humphries and Steve Brannock gave lectures as part of the biannual advanced appellate practice and board certification review course, presented by the Florida Bar’s Appellate Practice Section
Steve Brannock and Ceci Berman were both part of the Florida Bar President’s Showcase CLE, “Look Out Below! Blunders, Landmines, and the Consequences of Poor Attorney Performance in the Preservation of Record Error,” which was attended by several hundred lawyers in conjunction with The Florida Bar’s annual meeting.
Recognizing him as a “powerful voice for pro bono service” and an “outstanding and motivating lawyer,” the Appellate Practice Section of the Florida Bar has presented the John R. Hamilton Pro Bono Award to Brannock Humphries & Berman attorney Joe Eagleton.
Steve Brannock and Celene Humphries reprised their key roles this year as teachers at the most advanced continuing legal education program offered by the Florida Bar in appellate practice.
Brannock & Humphries attorney Joe Eagleton, who chairs the statewide appellate practice section’s pro bono committee, recently accepted the “I am for the child” award for the section’s work on behalf of Florida’s Guardian ad Litem Program.