Information on how to apply to DOAH Trial Academy

The Administrative Law Section is excited to host the 4th annual Happy Hour and Backpack Drive benefitting Boys Town North Florida on Thursday, July 28, 2022, starting at 5:15PM at Happy Motoring.  The Section will be collecting backpacks and school supplies for middle and high school students that participate in Boys Town programs.  We hope to see you there but if you are unable to join us in person, please consider donating school supplies through Boys Town’s Amazon Wishlist:

Thank you to our sponsors for the event, Luks Santaniello Petrillo Cohen & Peterfriend, Phipps Reporting, and Happy Motoring!

Boys Town is an organization that offers a wide range of youth care and healthcare services to children and families in need such as foster family services to recruit and train foster parents, behavioral health services to identify and treat children with depression, anxiety, and ADHD, and residential services that place children who are no longer able to live in their homes with a trained family.  To learn more about Boys Town North Florida, please visit:

Information on how to apply to DOAH Trial Academy
Information on how to apply to DOAH Trial Academy



And thank you to our 2021 Pat Dore Sponsors, Stearns Weaver Miller, Ausley McMullen, and Berger Singerman.

Now that the Webinar Series has concluded, you can access the recordings of all

three parts at the following links.

Part I can be found HERE.   Access Passcode: 16%CnW!i

Part II can be found HERE.  Access Passcode: Wd7c!W6P

Part III can be found HERE.  Access Passcode: d%+*kb?5

The Florida Bar’s Henry Latimer Center for Professionalism presents Never Contemplated, a candid discussion with female judges from across the state about gender bias, professionalism, and civility in the judicial system, hosted by Judge Hetal Desai. The series is available on Buzzsprout, at the links below, and wherever you get your podcasts.

Center for Professionalism:


Apple :



The Administrative Law Section congratulates Daniel Norby on becoming the latest attorney to become certified in State and Federal Government and Administrative Practice. Daniel Nordby is a partner in the Tallahassee office of Shutts & Bowen LLP, where he is a member of the firm’s Appellate Practice Group. Daniel draws on his prior service in the public sector when representing businesses, individuals, and governmental clients on their most challenging legal issues. After graduating from the University of Florida College of Law in 2005, Daniel began his legal career as a Staff Attorney to the Florida Legislature’s Joint Administrative Procedures Committee (JAPC). He later served terms as General Counsel to Florida’s Secretary of State (2011-12); General Counsel to the Florida House of Representatives (2012-14); and General Counsel to the Governor of Florida (2017-19). He is a Past Chair of The Florida Bar’s Administrative Law Section and is currently serving his third term as a member of the Florida Supreme Court Judicial Nominating Commission.

The Administrative Law Section congratulates Gregg Riley Morton on becoming the latest attorney to become certified in State and Federal Government and Administrative Practice. Mr. Morton is general counsel of the Public Employees Relations Commission.  Prior to his service with PERC, Gregg was chief counsel for the Division of Finance at the Office of Financial Regulation. He started his legal career as a staff attorney for Chief Justice Harry Lee Anstead at the Florida Supreme Court.  Gregg is the current Legal Education Director for the Labor & Employment Law Section of The Florida Bar and is also the 2019-2020 Chair of the Council of Sections of The Florida Bar.  He is also Chair Emeritus and a current member of the Animal Law Section’s Executive Council.  He serves as the president of Pets Ad Litem, a non-profit organization that is an alliance for advocates and professionals providing a legal voice for animals.  He also serves on and is a past-chair of the board of directors for the School of Arts and Sciences Foundation, a non-profit organization that governs two charter schools in the Tallahassee area, and he serves on the Education Law Committee of The Florida Bar.