Student Sworn-In as Florida Bar Law Student Division PresidentPosted on: 07/08/2013
Danielle Kaye, a third year law student, was recently sworn-in by Justice Quince of The Florida Supreme Court as the President of the Florida Bar Law Student Division 2013-2014 year. She will be representing and working with Governors of all 12 law schools across the State of Florida. The Florida Bar Law Student Division, founded in 2007, focuses each year in facilitating the transition from law school to the practice of law for many Florida law students. Each year they provide law students with networking, mentoring, legal education, and community service opportunities with already established attorneys. One of Kaye’s goals for the 2013-2014 year is to expand the mentoring program across all 12 law school chapters and to work with the Center for Professionalism to teach Florida Law students on the importance of professionalism though various events. To read a personal message from Kaye, click here.