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Each year at the Florida Bar Annual Convention, the Bar’s Professional Ethics Committee presents its day-long Masters Seminar on Ethics, always a convention highlight.

At this year’s event, Professor H. Scott Fingerhut moderated the judicial roundtable, which featured Senior U.S. District Judge Paul C. Huck of the Southern District of Florida, First District Court of Appeal Judge Stephanie Williams Ray, and Ninth Judicial Circuit Chief Judge Lisa Taylor Munyon.

Read The Florida Bar News coverage of the roundtable here.

Professor Fingerhut is Assistant Director of the Trial Advocacy Program at FIU Law.  He teaches Trial Advocacy, Pretrial Practice, and Criminal Procedure.  He is dually appointed as a Fellow in The Honors College at FIU, where serves as a pre-law faculty advisor and teaches the upper-division seminar Observing Ourselves.  Rated AV Preeminent, Martindale-Hubbell’s highest peer rating, Professor Fingerhut practices criminal defense and the defense of applicants before the Board of Bar Examiners and lawyers facing Florida Bar discipline.  He is consistently ranked among Florida’s leading criminal defense attorneys, including Best Lawyers in America, and is a three-time FIU Law Professor of the Year.

Reach him at 305-348-8095 and

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