Opportunities to serve.
The purposes, programs, activities, and organization of The Florida Bar The Florida Bar is the mandatory state bar association for the state of Florida. It is the third largest such bar association in the United States. Its duties include the regulation and discipline of attorneys. function only as well as the people who are involved in them. The essence of the Bar is its members. Any successes we have attained at·tain
v. at·tained, at·tain·ing, at·tains
1. To gain as an objective; achieve: attain a diploma by hard work.
2. over the years have been due strictly to your energy, enthusiasm, intellect A natural language query program for IBM mainframes developed by Artificial Intelligence Corporation. The company was later acquired by Trinzic Corporation, which was acquired by Platinum, which was acquired by Computer Associates. , and dedication. We have been fortunate to have a Bar in which so many have given so much of their time.
Individual members have ample opportunity to contribute each year to the work of the Bar and the good of the profession. The activities of The Florida Bar are accomplished by its boards, standing and special committees and sections. Participation by nonlawyers is essential. Sections have open, voluntary memberships. Committees are appointive ap·poin·tive
Relating to or filled by appointment: an appointive office.
Adj. 1. appointive - relating to the act of appointing; "appointive powers"
2. . Of these two, committees present the widest range of opportunities for direct involvement in the influence of Bar management and programs.