Title: Continuing Legal Education Application For Lecture Credit, CLER Lecture Credit Policies and Course Evaluation
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Title: Continuing Legal Education Application For Lecture Credit, CLER Lecture Credit Policies and Course Evaluation
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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Abstract: Jake Varn Collection - Continuing Legal Education Application For Lecture Credit, CLER Lecture Credit Policies and Course Evaluation (JDV Box 89)
General Note: Box 19, Folder 3 ( Water Law, Water Rights and Water Policy: The Florida Law of Water and Wetlands and Their Impact on Florida's Growth - 1971 ), Item 3
Funding: Digitized by the Legal Technology Institute in the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.
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Source Institution: Levin College of Law, University of Florida
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THE FLORIDA BAR
650 APALACHEE PARKWAY
JOHN F. HARKNESS, JR. TALLAHASSEE, FL 32399-2300 904/561-5600
ExEcUTIvE DIRECTOR May 31, 1991 FAX 904222-3729




Mr. Jacob D. Varn
Carlton, Fields, et al.
Post Office Drawer 190
Tallahassee, Florida 32302

Re: Water Law, Water Rights and Water Policy: The Florida Law of Water
and Wetlands and the Impact on Florida's Growth

Dear-Mr. Varn.i

On behalf of the Environmental and Land Use Law Section and the Continuing
Legal Education Committee of The Florida Bar, thank you for your participation
in the above referenced seminar. Enclosed is a tabulation of the speaker
evaluation forms received. You were rated on the following scale: 5 =
outstanding; 4 = excellent; 3 = good; 2 = fair; and 1 = poor. Your average
rating is indicated to the right of your name.

If you wish to receive CLER credit for preparation and delivery of your lecture,
as well as for any portions of the program you may have attended, you may
apply for same by completing and returning the enclosed application form to:
CLER Department, The Florida Bar, 650 Apalachee Parkway, Tallahassee,
Florida 32399-2300.

Again, thank you for your participation in the water law seminar. If I may be
of assistance to you here at The Florida Bar, please let me know.


Sincerely,



Peg Griffin
Program Coordinator

PG:dtF17/S1

Enclosures

cc: Mr. William L. Earl, Program Chair
Mr. Dennis M. Stotts, CLE Chair













JOHN F. HARNESS, JR.
EXEcTIVE DIRECTOR


Bar Number


THE FLORIDA BAR
650 APALACHEE PARKWAY
TALLAHASSEE, FL 32399-2300


CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION
APPLICATION FOR LECTURE CREDIT


(above your name on Bar News address label)


Name

Address



Presentation Title


Course Title


Sponsor


Date


Research and
Preparation time

Lecture Time


Location


Hours

Minutes


Please read the policies on the reverse
amount you are requesting:


side and indicate below the CLER credit


-- 3 hours
-- 5 hours
-- More than 5 hours*

*NOTE: If you are seeking more than five (5) hours, please attach a letter
detailing the basis for a higher award.

DESIGNATION/CERTIFICATION CREDIT

If you wish to apply for Designation or Certification credit, please complete the
information below and attach the required documentation.


Designation Areas


Certification Areas


Please attach a letter describing your preparation and the extent to which this
activity enhanced your proficiency in the areas) indicated above. For
Certification credit, please provide a copy of your outline.


904/561-5600
FAX 904/222-3729


Course #











CLER LECTURE CREDIT POLICIES


6.09 Credit for other CLE activities

(1) Satisfactory performance as a lecturer in an approved CLE seminar
shall entitle an attorney to three (3) hours credit for each one (1)
hour taught.

(2) Staff may award a lecturer an additional two (2) hours of credit for
a one-hour presentation provided at least five (5) hours are
devoted to research and preparation.

(3) More than five (5) hours of credit may be awarded if the
contribution was extraordinary, complex and time consuming. The
amount of credit will be based upon the effort involved and the
percentage of preparation and presentation time determined to have
enhanced the contributor's proficiency in his or her law practice.

(4) Repetition of a presentation after the first delivery may be a basis
for additional CLER credit.

(5) Presentations delivered by keynote or guest speakers shall not be
eligible for CLER credit. If the topic is specifically related to
substantive or procedural law, staff will request Board of Legal
Specialization and Education review.



CREDIT FOR ATTENDANCE

To calculate your attendance credit for programs at which you also lecture,
simply deduct the amount of time you spent lecturing from the hours awarded
to the course.

50 minutes = 1 credit hour

If you are eligible for attendance credit for this program, please indicate
the number of CLER hours to be posted for you in the space below:

CLER hours) for attendance



CREDIT QUESTIONS

Please call the Legal Specialization and Education Department of The Florida
Bar at 904/561-5842.




NOTE: If you have completed the minimum number of required hours for
CLER, please do not submit further courses for evaluation.













THE FLORIDA BAR ..
650 APALACHEE PARKWAY
JOHN F. HARKNESS, JR. TALLAHASSEE, FL 32399-2300 904/561-5600
EXEcVE DIRECTOR May 31, 1991 FAX 904/222-3729




Mr. Jacob D. Varn
Carlton, Fields, et al.
Post Office Drawer 190
Tallahassee, Florida 32302

Re: Water Law, Water Rights and Water Policy: The Florida Law of Water
and Wetlands and the Impact on Florida's Growth

Dear Varn.-

On behalf of the Environmental and Land Use Law Section and the Continuing
Legal Education Committee of The Florida Bar, thank you for your participation
in the above referenced seminar. Enclosed is a tabulation of the speaker
evaluation forms received. You were rated on the following scale: 5 =
outstanding; 4 = excellent; 3 = good; 2 = fair; and 1 = poor. Your average
rating is indicated to the right of your name.

If you wish to receive CLER credit for preparation and delivery of your lecture,
as well as for any portions of the program you may have attended, you may
apply for same by completing and returning the enclosed application form to:
CLER Department, The Florida Bar, 650 Apalachee Parkway, Tallahassee,
Florida 32399-2300.

Again, thank you for your participation in the water law seminar. If I may be
of assistance to you here at The Florida Bar, please let me know.


Sincerely,



Peg Griffin
Program Coordinator

PG:dtF17/S1

Enclosures

cc: Mr. William L. Earl, Program Chair
Mr. Dennis M. Stotts, CLE Chair






COURSE EVALUATION


COURSE TITLE: Water Law, Water Rights and Water Policy: The Florida
Law of Water and Wetlands and the Impact on
Florida's Growth


LOCATION: Tampa


DATE OF PRESENTATION: May 17, 1991


(X) LIVE


( ) VIDEO SESSION


( ) VIDEO REPLAY


5 = OUTSTANDING


4 = EXCELLENT


3 = GOOD


2 = FAIR


1 = POOR


SUBJECTS/SPEAKERS


(5) (4) (3) (2) (1)


FLORIDA STATUTORY SCHEME OF WATER REGULATION
Jacob D. Varn, Tallahassee 3.61 4 30 28 0 0

COMMON LAW WATER RIGHTS AND REMEDIES
Thomas T. Ankersen,
Tallahassee 3.78 6 39 18 1 0

WATER AGENCIES: THEIR JURISDICTION AND SOMETIMES CONFLICTING ROLES
Stephen A. Walker,
West Palm Beach 3.16 1 17 36 5 2

WATER AGENCIES: THEIR JURISDICTION AND SOMETIMES CONFLICTING RULES
Daniel H. Thompson,
Tallahassee 3.23 1 19 33 7 0

PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN WATER PERMITTING: WHO, WHAT,
WHEN, WHERE AND ETHICS IN THE PERMITTING PROCESS
Edward de la Parte, Jr.,
Tampa 4.12 17 31 10 0 0

THE ROLE OF WATER LAWYERS IN A TROUBLED, UNCERTAIN WORLD
Ronald N. Armstrong,
Clearwater 3.66 6 28 19 3 0

WATER'S ROLE IN FLORIDA'S FUTURE
Lt. Gov. Buddy MacKay 4.46 24 9 6 0 0

CRITICAL DECISIONS FOR THE '90s IN WATER ALLOCATION,
USE AND PRIORITIES: STANDING IN LINE AT THE PUMP
Peter Hubbell 3.76 7 20 11 3 0

CRICIAL DECISIONS FOR THE '90s IN WATER ALLOCATION,
USE AND PRIORITIES: STANDING IN LINE AT THE PUMP
Thomas MacVicar 3.95 8 23 6 2 0

CRITICAL DECISIONS FOR THE '90s IN WATER ALLOCATION,
USE AND PRIORITIES: STANDING IN LINE AT THE PUMP
Barbara Vergara 3.45 3 18 13 6 0


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5 = OUTSTANDING 4 = EXCELLENT 3 = GOOD 2

SUBJECTS/SPEAKERS (5) (4)

WHERE DO THE COURTS STAND ON WATER RIGHTS?
William L. Earl, Miami 3.93 13 32

WATERS OF THE STATE: OPPORTUNITIES AND CONSTRAINTS
WETLANDS AND OTHER WATERS OF THE STATE
Mary F. Smallwood,
Tallahassee 4.21 16 19

PRESENTATION AS A WHOLE: 3.78 106 285


TOTAL ATTENDANCE: 149


= FAIR

(3)


1

(2)


= POOR

(1)


15 1 0

IN


7 0 0

193 28 2


TOTAL EVALUATIONS RECEIVED: 67


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