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The Eighth Judicial Circuit Bar Association (EJCBA) is a voluntary association open to any Florida Bar member who lives in or regularly practices in the Eighth Judicial Circuit, as well as retired members of the Florida Bar residing in this circuit (voting members), active or inactive members in good standing of the bar of any other state or country who resides within this circuit, faculty members and law students of the University of Florida Levin College of Law (non-voting members). There are currently over 400 members of the Eighth Judicial Circuit Bar Association. Learn more

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Latest News & Events

  • Annual EJCBA Jimmy C. Adkins Cedar Key Dinner WHEN:               Thursday, October 13, 2016 beginning at 6:00pm WHERE:            Steamers: 420 Dock Street, Cedar Key, Florida COST:                $40.00* Cocktail hour sponsored by Attorneys’ Title Fund Services, LLC Many thanks for its continued generosity DEADLINE:       Please register on or before Thursday, October 6, 2016 REGISTER:             http://www.8jcba.org/event-registration/cedar-key-dinner/ *$45.00 at the door for attendees not having made prior reservations. For questions or if ...
  • INVITATION TO RENEW / JOIN THE 2016-17 EJCBA INVITATION TO RENEW / JOIN THE 2016-17 EJCBA The Eighth Judicial Circuit Bar Association (EJCBA) cordially invites you to either renew your membership or join the EJCBA as a new member. To join, please visit : http://www.8jcba.org/pay-dues/ to pay online or return the below application, along with payment, to the EJCBA at PO Box 13924, Gainesville, FL 32604.  The ...
  • Guardian Education Course For newly appointed Guardians and Guardian Advocates – Please download the order form for the Guardian Education Course.
  • 2016 Judicial Poll Results – June 17, 2016 2016 Judicial Poll Results – June 17, 2016 The lawyers of the Eighth Judicial Circuit have a vital interest in attracting and retaining judicial officers with the highest possible qualifications, so that our courts demonstrate trust, respect and honor for our laws. This duty and responsibility of lawyers is recognized in the Rules of Professional Conduct ...

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