Medal of Honor Award
In Florida, we are fortunate to have a history of such greatness. Each year, we recognize worthy individuals with the Medal of Honor Award, the Foundation’s highest award for a member of the legal profession. The Medal of Honor may also be awarded to a member of the public or a lawyer not actively engaged in the practice of law who has made outstanding achievements in improving the administration of justice in Florida. The Medal of Honor awards program was established in 1977 to recognize those outstanding achievements. Award recipients are honored each year at The Florida Bar Foundation Annual Reception and Dinner during The Florida Bar Annual Convention.
2021 Medal of Honor Award Nominations
(February 1, 2021, deadline)
Medal of Honor Award Recipients
The Florida Bar Foundation Medal of Honor Award for a lawyer is presented each year to a member of The Florida Bar who has demonstrated his or her dedication to the objectives of The Florida Bar as set out in the Rules Regulating The Florida Bar: “…to inculcate in its members the principles of duty and service to the public, to improve the administration of justice, and to advance the science of jurisprudence.” The Medal of Honor Award is the highest award that can be bestowed by the Foundation.
Medal of Honor Awards for a Non-Lawyer
The Florida Bar Foundation Medal of Honor Award for a non-lawyer is presented to a person not actively engaged in the practice of law who has made an outstanding contribution to the improvement in the administration of justice through research, writing, or other deeds of such character and quality that, in the judgment of the Foundation, warrant the highest award that can be bestowed by the Foundation.
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