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Former Chief Judge Bertila Soto and Judge Jennifer Bailey Receive the 2021 Florida Justice...

Former Chief Judge Bertila Soto and Judge Jennifer Bailey Receive the 2021 Florida Justice...

September 23, 2021
 

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Highlights from the Passing of the Gavel Ceremony 2021

Highlights from the Passing of the Gavel Ceremony 2021

September 10, 2021
Richard E. Gerstein Justice Building
 

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Highlights from North Dade Justice Center Virtual Law Day Celebration

Highlights from North Dade Justice Center Virtual Law Day Celebration

May 25, 2021 via Zoom

May 25, 2021

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Virtual Wall of Honor Ceremony Honors the 2020 Award Recipients Marie D. Osborne, Esq. & Vincent...

Virtual Wall of Honor Ceremony Honors the 2020 Award Recipients Marie D. Osborne, Esq. & Vincent...

March 26, 2021

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The Eleventh Judicial Circuit Regretfully Announces the Passing of Retired Judge and Former...

The Eleventh Judicial Circuit Regretfully Announces the Passing of Retired Judge and Former...

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The Honorable Andrea R. Wolfson Receives the 2019 William M. Hoeveler Judicial Professionalism Award

The Honorable Andrea R. Wolfson received the 2019 William M. Hoeveler Judicial Professionalism Award, presented by The Florida Bar this past June 27th during its annual convention judicial luncheon.

The award, presented each year by The Florida Bar’s Henry Latimer Center for Professionalism and the Standing Committee on Professionalism, recognizes judges who best exemplify strength of character, service and competence as jurists and public servants.

Judge Wolfson serves in the Circuit Criminal Division and gives back to the legal community by serving as co-chair of the 11th Judicial Circuit Professionalism Committee, teaching at judicial college each year, and speaking to voluntary bar associations and other organizations about the professionalism requirements established by the Florida Supreme Court.

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