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Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Judicial Section Details

Lisa S. Walsh

  • Division: Circuit Civil
  • Section: CA 59
  • Court Location: Richard E. Gerstein Justice Bldg.
  • Address: 1351 N.W. 12th ST Miami, FL 33125
  • Phone: (305) 349-7280
  • Room: REG 305
  • Judicial Assistant: Wright, Denise

Judicial Assignment History

 
Associate Administrative Judge: Circuit Civil Division
Circuit Judge: Circuit Civil Division
Administrative Judge: Circuit Appellate Division
Administrative Judge: Circuit Appellate Division
Associate Administrative Judge: Circuit Appellate Division
Circuit Judge: Circuit Criminal Division
International Commercial Arbitration Judge: Circuit Civil Division

 

Denise Wright, Judicial Assistant email dwright@jud11.flcourts.org

PLEASE BE ADVISED: JUDGE WALSH PRESIDES IN THREE SECTIONS --- APPEALS 01, CIVIL 59 AMD CIVIL 47.  WHEN SETTING HEARINGS IN COURTMAP, PLEASE ENSURE YOU ARE SETTING IN THE CORRECT SECTION.

 MANDATORY CASE MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES

In compliance with Florida Supreme Court Administrative Order 20-23A12 and the 11th Judicial Circuit Administrative Order 21-09, lawyers and litigants are required to follow the procedures outlined below:

A.   For cases filed BEFORE APRIL 30, 2021, you MUST submit CASE MANAGEMENT REPORT AND ORDER via CourtMAP under Proposed Orders.

Click here for the Case Management Report.
Click here for the Case Management Order.

      Word versions of the Case Management Report and Order are also located below under the DOCUMENTS tab.

B.   DO NOT submit a Case Management Report and Order if:
             1. There is already an EXISTING CASE MANAGEMENT ORDER setting forth all pretrial deadlines.
             2. Your case is already set for trial.
             3. Your case is currently on inactive status by court order.
             4. Your case is subject to current moratoria.
             5. Your case is subject to F.S. 51.011
             6. If your case has been Noticed for Lack of Prosecution Hearing (FWOP) unless it is being attached to  your WRITTEN GOOD CAUSE SHOWING.
             7. Your case is uncontested.

C.   If your case meets any of the exceptions listed above, you must still follow the timeline requirements set forth in the 11th Judicial Circuit Administrative Order 21-09.

Case management report: https://www.jud11.flcourts.org/docs/JOINT%20CASE%20MANAGEMENT%20REPORT%20(CIRCUIT%20CIVIL).docx

Case Management Order: https://www.jud11.flcourts.org/docs/CASE%20MANAGEMENT%20ORDER.docx

Circuit Civil AO 21-09: https://www.jud11.flcourts.org/judges_forms/11002459340-ADMINISTRATIVE%20ORDER%20NO.%2021-09.pdf

Supreme Court of Florida AO SC 20-23 Amendment 12: https://www.floridasupremecourt.org/content/download/731687/file/AOSC20-23-Amendment-12.pdf

 

PLEASE DO NOT SUBMIT COURTESY COPIES AND OR BINDERS ON ANY MATTER.




 
  • Bachelor of Science in Speech, Northwestern University, 1988
  • Juris Doctor, University of Miami, 1992
  • Admitted to The Florida Bar, 1992
  • County Court Judge, 2008
  • Circuit Court Judge, 2011
  • Lisa S. Walsh, PA, 2004-2008 
  • Public Defender, 1992-2004
JudgeSectionRoomTelephone
Areces, Barbara CA 23 DCC 243305-349-7044
Bailey, D Jennifer CA 03 CHC 1751305-349-7152
Hanzman, A Michael CA 43, CA 58 MDCC 13360305-349-7157
Thomas, William CA 20, CA 44 DCC 1307305-349-7140
 
Any emergencies please email the Administrative Judge, Lisa Walsh, at lwalsh@jud11.flcourts.org.
  • Motion Calendar
  • Special Sets
  • Emergency Motions
  • Proposed Orders
  • Notices for Trial
  • Foreclosure Calendar
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Special Set FormView

DO NOT SCHEDULE SPECIAL SETS FOR AN HOUR OR MORE WITHOUT CONTACTING THE JUDICIAL ASSISTANT FIRST.

 

If you are cancelling a 30 minute special set hearing, the party who placed the matter on calendar must e-file a Notice of Cancellation with the Clerk's Office and submit a copy of the Notice through CourtMap under supporting documents on the date the hearing was supposed to take place. 

If you are attempting to schedule a hearing for an hour or more, you must e-mail the J.A., dwright@jud11.flcourts.org,  with the Special Set Request Form attached, along with the motion, and any other supporting documents.


INSTRUCTIONS FOR 30 MINUTES OR LESS


 Matters of thirty (30) minutes or less will be heard every Friday commencing at 9:00 am on a
first come, first heard.  You must give opposing counsel at least ten (7) days written notice. A response to the Motion shall be filed and sent to the Court by CourtMAP under the Special Sets 30 Minutes dates and opposing counsel at least five (5) days prior to hearing. (A response is required) Motions for summary judgment require at least twenty (20) days written notice. You must make a good faith effort to resolve the matter prior to filing the motion, and file a written certificate with the motion.


 Please do not set Evidentiary Hearings on this calendar.
A copy of the motion, notice of hearing (indicating amount of time requested and any memo MUST be sent to the Judge by CourtMAP under supporting documents at the same time it is e-filed to the Court and sent to opposing counsel or the hearing will be rejected and the matter will not be heard. You do not need to submit the Special Set Request Form.

To cancel a hearing please file a Notice of Cancellation with the Clerk of Court and upload a copy to courtmap under supporting documents.

    Please do not send binders.  We do not take hard copies, not even case law.  Everything must be submitted through CourtMAP.


 Motions for Clarification, Rehearing, Reconsideration:   Submit a Proposed Order with supporting documents via CourtMAP.   Court will review and rule on the papers and/or advise if a hearing should be set.

 

No add-ons are permitted without prior consent of the Judge. Submit a letter with the motion for approval to dwright@jud11.flcourts.org

For time sensitive matters, if there is no availability for the desired hearing date and time, please contact chambers for accommodation.

This Section is now using courtMAP and document submissions are no longer available via eCourtesy.

courtMAP is a new online Management and Access Platform built upon technology infrastructure from Broward’s Court Management System.

courtMAP combines eCourtesy with online scheduling, online notification/confirmation, and allows judges to create and e-File orders. courtMAP also allows parties to self-schedule their case events - motion calendar, special sets, and trials - and attach the documentation previously submitted via eCourtesy.

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