FAWL's ADDRESS: P.O. Box 3228 | Lantana, FL, 33465-3228
To actively promote gender equality and the leadership roles of FAWL’s members in the legal profession, judiciary and community at large. To achieve these goals, FAWL will uphold the highest standard of integrity, honor and courtesy in the legal profession, promote reform in law, and facilitate administration of justice.
FAWL is excited to partner with the National Association of Women Judges Informed Voters Project, a nationwide effort focused on educating voters about the importance of having fair and impartial courts. Toward that end, we established the FAWL IVP Committee, which is co-chaired by FAWL members Liz Herman of Rosenbaum Mollengarden, PLLC and Megan Hodson of Schwartz White. This year, the IVP Committee has been busy reaching out to each of our thirty-four local chapters to familiarize them with the IVP mission and secure an IVP Chair from each chapter. For more information about this project, please contact IVP Committee Co-Chairs, Liz Herman or Megan Hodson or visit ivp.nawj.org.
Voters must protect fair courts and equal justice for all by exercising an informed vote.
Today, all across the nation, the fairness and impartiality of courts is threatened by powerful special interests seeking to tip the scales of justice in their favor. The success or failure of special interest efforts to weaken the courts rests on their ability to mislead voters, particularly if voters lack sufﬁcient knowledge about how impartial courts uphold the rule of law.
Click here to view a special training webinar prepared by Florida co-chair Justice Barbara Pariente and Florida Law Related Education Group for purposes of efforts to educate voters. Please review this video prior to conducting any trainings.
Law Day 2015: "Magna Carta: Icon of Liberty."
In celebration of the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta, the National Association of Women Judges Informed Voters Project has launched new materials for Law Day programs being held throughout the United States. The Law Day program is an interactive PowerPoint presentation that is designed to both educate our citizenry on the historical influence of Magna Carta on our judiciary and also educate voters on the importance of a fair and impartial judiciary and how to exercise an informed vote. Click below for materials or click here for more.
Thank You to our 2014-2015 Annual Sponsors