Upcoming Events

We are still finalizing dates for our 2022-2023 Event Schedule. But as always, it’s jam-packed with CLEs, socials, and so much more. After overwhelming public support, we are excited to once again celebrate Constitution Day and hold our Student Art Contest in fall 2023!

To kick off our programming, we’re bringing back one of our most popular series: Chambers Lunches with Federal Judges. And the newest member of Southwest Florida’s Federal Bench—Judge Kyle Dudek—graciously agreed to host the first Chambers Lunch. What’s more, our first Happy Hour is just around the corner. For more information, see below. Please join us!

Chambers Lunch with Judge Kyle C. Dudek

Wednesday, January 25, 2023
12 – 1 pm

Fort Myers Federal Courthouse, 5th Floor, Courtroom 5D Jury Deliberation Room

2110 First Street
Fort Myers, FL 33901

 

Come get to know Judge Dudek a little better and learn about his transition to the Federal Bench.

Please renew or join to help us continue to put on informative CLE programs and fun social events, like this one!  

This event is free of charge. But Fed Bar membership is required. For more information, visit the event page here.

SPACE IS LIMITED TO THE FIRST TWELVE (12) RESPONSES. 

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Downtown Fort Myers Happy Hour Social

Thursday, February 23, 2023
5 – 7 pm

Millennial Brewing Company
1811 Royal Palm Ave.
Fort Myers, FL 33901

After work, join us for our first happy hour social of the season! Enjoy drinks, apps, and cornhole, while socializing with the local federal judges and other Fed Bar members. Members and non-members are welcome free of charge. RSVPs appreciated, but not required. We look forward to seeing you there!

Please renew your membership or join today to help us continue to put on informative CLE programs and fun social events, like this one!

To RSVP, fill out the form below:

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Our Purpose

To achieve our mission and vision, the Association:

  • Sponsors quality education programs for members and the public;
  • Keeps members informed of current developments in the law;
  • Addresses issues raised by members and judiciary concerning local federal practice;
  • Provides members opportunities to assume leadership roles and perform community service; and
  • Sponsors events to encourage collegiality, civility, and professionalism among members.