YLD seeks award nominations.
The Diversity Award, which recognizes a person and/or entity that demonstrates the highest morality and respect for all persons and diversity, for efforts and allegiance to creating diversity, and promoting a more diverse workplace. Along with the award, the YLD will make a monetary donation to the recipient's charity of choice.
The Quality of Life Award, which recognizes a person and/or entity that, through humanitarian respect, advances balance and fulfillment in lawyers' lives by redefining current work habits and schedules to provide more flexibility and a more meaningful existence. The YLD will make a monetary donation to the recipient's charity of choice.
The Outstanding Jurist Award, given to a judge with an excellent reputation for sound judicial decisions and an unblemished record of integrity as a lawyer and judge and who demonstrates concern for and willingness to assist young lawyers and respects their abilities.
The Lynn Futch Most Productive Young Lawyer Award, given to a young lawyer who is not a member of the Bar YLD Board of Governors, who has worked most diligently in the past year in Bar activities and! or law-related public activities and who has an excellent reputation for legal abilities and integrity.
Most Outstanding Public Service Project by 'a local young lawyers group. The project must serve the public and community, enhance the relationship of young lawyers to the public and community, and be innovative.
Most Outstanding Member Service Project by a young lawyers group. The project should internally serve young lawyers, provide for membership enrichment, and be innovative.
For more information about the awards contact Austin Newberry, YLD administrator, at (850) 561-5624. Nominations for the awards also should be sent to Newberry at The Florida Bar, 650 Apalachee Parkway, Tallahassee
32399-2300 no later than May 1.
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|Publication:||Florida Bar News|
|Date:||Mar 15, 2003|
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