TOD ARONOVITZ MODERATES PANEL WITH FLORIDA SUPREME COURT JUSTICES By Tod Aronovitz | 11/14/12 | 0 Comment

Miami trial attorney Tod Aronovitz moderated a panel for The Florida Bar Young Lawyers Division and the Law Student Division on Monday October, 29, 2012 at the University of Miami School of Law.

“The Importance of a Fair and Impartial Judiciary” was the topic for the one-hour luncheon program attended by attorneys, law students, law school professors, and other members of the Miami legal community. Featured speakers included Florida Supreme Court Justices R. Fred Lewis, Barbara J. Pariente, and Peggy A. Quince. Former Florida Bar President Burton Young also participated in the event.

 

Speakers, left to right above, include Florida Supreme Court Justices Peggy A. Quince, R. Fred Lewis, and Barbara J. Pariente; attorney Burton Young; attorney Tod Aronovitz; and law student Justin Lee.

Mr. Aronovitz served as president of The Florida Bar in 2002. His “Dignity in Law” program improved public education and perception of lawyers and remains an important part of the Bar’s communications efforts. He is a 1974 graduate of the University of Miami School of Law.

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