President Sylvia Walbolt Reports on the Historical Society's Busy Schedule of Court Activities and Milestones

The Society has moved forward to further its mission in a number of ways this year. One part of our mission is to 
President Walbolthonor and preserve the rich history of the Court; in doing so, the Society commissioned portraits of five justices earlier this year; four of the paintings are of our sitting justices and one retired justice. All of the portraits are now complete and I am pleased to announce that their public debut was during the Society's Annual Dinner on January 29th 2015 at the University Center Club in Tallahassee.  


As the Historical Society Continues to Fulfill its Mission, the Membership Numbers Grow...

The Historical Society is dedicated to educating citizens about the courts’ vital role in our system of government and to preserving our state’s judicial system. 

The Society needs the participation and support of individuals who recognize the importance of protecting and maintaining a strong, independent system of justice. You are invited to learn more about the Society and activities…..



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NOTICE: 
The Society is Currently Accepting Nominations for the 2015 Board of Trustees


The Historical Society's Nominating committee has opened nominations to all Florida Supreme Court Historical Society (FSCHS) Members that would like to express their interest in serving as a Trustee on the Society's Board for a three-year term starting July 1, 2015, 

The deadline for completing and returning the Expression of Interest Applications to the Society's office is May 1, 2015.


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The Chief Justice Gavel Passed to Labarga

Justice Jorge Labarga has worked as an assistant public defender, an assistant prosecutor, a private attorney, a trial court judge, and an appellate court judge. On July 1, 2014 he added a new job: Chief Justice, Florida Supreme Court.


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