The Strategic Plan lays out the objectives and goals that the Administrative Law Section seeks to accomplish over the next five years. The Strategic Plan explains how the Administrative Law Section could adopt business practices to assist it with reaching the goals and objectives discussed.
Being certified in state and federal government and administrative practice means joining the top echelon of attorneys in those fields. Certification shows potential clients or employers that the certified attorney has achieved a high level of understanding and experience in state and federal government and administrative practice.
The Florida Bar is the organization of all lawyers licensed by the Supreme Court of Florida to practice law in the state. The Florida Bar’s core functions are to: Regulate the practice of law in Florida; ensure the highest standards of legal professionalism in Florida; and protect the public by prosecuting unethical attorneys and preventing [...]
The executive branch of Florida’s government is made up of 35 separate and distinct agencies, who have been tasked with the enforcement of the laws of Florida. These agencies have been delegated rulemaking authority by the Legislature of Florida in order to achieve that goal.
The official site of the Florida Legislature, Online Sunshine contains the current and historical statutes of Florida, information on legislative and executive branch lobbyists, joint legislative committees and other entities, as well as other important legislative information.
When state agency actions affect the interests of Floridians, they have a place where their grievances may be heard - independently. Unlike complaints against federal agencies and agencies in many other states, grievances against Florida agency actions most often appear before a central panel for administrative adjudication. In Florida, citizens have the right to be [...]
The Florida Administrative Register is published on the internet free of charge by the Florida Department of State as just one of its programs to increase public access to Florida government. There, Floridians are able to leave comments on rules and learn about rulemaking procedures. The Florida Administrative Code is the list of rules that [...]
The Joint Administrative Procedures Committee conducts continuous oversight of executive branch actions implementing legislatively delegated powers, ensuring that each action has an adequate statutory basis, that all applicable procedures are followed, and that no illegal rules are imposed on the people of Florida.
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