PALM BEACH COUNTY BAR
OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE PALM BEACH COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION
| MAY 2020
Please make note that the PBCBA Board of
Directors voted in favor of a change to Article
II, Section 3B of the bylaws on February 26,
2020. This change permits Retired PBCBA
members to remain members, although they
are no longer members of the Florida Bar.
Jessica Callow, PBCBA President
"Since life as we know it has changed the way we’re working
and living, I’m thankful for my furry co-worker. Be safe.
As we're learning to live a new norm in so many ways, the Palm
Beach County Bar Association wants to stay connected and help
you through these uncertain times. Whether you're working
from your kitchen table, home office, helping your children with
school work, or taking care of elderly parents from the distance,
we're here for you! Stay connected by posting your story on our
Facebook and Twitter pages using #PBCBAStayWell or send your
photo with a caption to [email protected].
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Retired Membership - A retired membership
shall be available to all attorneys and judges
who were in good standing with The Florida
Bar, or in other states, at the time he or she
retired from the active practice of law or the
bench. No individual who: (a) was disbarred;
(b) had a disciplinary revocation of his or her
bar license; or (c) was facing discipline that
may have caused the individual to not be
in good standing with The Florida Bar, or in
other states, had the individual not retired or
gone inactive, shall be able to be a member
under the retired membership qualification
of Affiliate Membership. We welcome your
comments regarding this bylaw change
to [email protected]. You may
view the entire bylaws on our website at www.
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President's Message page 3
ABA Delegate Report page 5
Judicial Corner page 13
Member Spotlight page 14