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Caption: THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT recently hosted its 2005 Conference on Professionalism in Ocala in an effort to promote within the legal community the highest standards of professionalism and ethics. Among the faculty who led the attendees through multimedia presentations, table discussion groups, panel discussions, break-out sessions organized by practice groups, and hypotheticals were, from the left, Justice Kenneth B. Bell, Blan L. Teagle, deputy state courts administrator, Elizabeth Tarbert, ethics counsel for The Florida Bar, and Fifth Circuit Judge Raymond T. McNeal. Justice Peggy Quince also served on the faculty and Marion County Judge Jim McCune chaired the event.
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Publication:Florida Bar News
Date:Nov 1, 2005
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