OOSPD

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AcronymDefinition
OOSPDOut-of-State Practitioners Division (American Bar Association)
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The senior counselor program, which was recommended by the Out-of-State Practitioners Division, will recognize current active and inactive Bar members who have practiced law for 50 years and have not previously been recognized for this accomplishment.
Among other things, the purpose of the Out-of-State Practitioners Division is to provide an organization within The Florida Bar open to persons having an interest in issues of importance to out-of-state members of the Bar.
Summary: Updates references to the Out-Of-State Practitioners Division, to the Out-Of-State Division.
Changing the name of the Out-of-State Practitioners Division to the Out-of-State Division.
Following discussions, the approval was given, with the interim acquiescence of the out-of-state board members, by the BoG in September upon the agreement of RPPTL representatives to meet with the Out-of-State Practitioners Division representatives to negotiate toward an acceptable compromise position concerning the statute.
Leppla is also a member of The Florida Bar's Out-of-State Practitioners Division and Real Property Probate and Trust Law Section.
Bar members also may join sections and the Out-of-State Practitioners Division using the fee form.
Leppla said the Out-of-State Practitioners Division has meetings set with RPPTL leaders to "study the issue, give voice to our concerns, and potentially address this issue.
Inactive members, however, can become affiliate members of the Out-of-State Practitioners Division or the Administrative Law, Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law, Environmental and Land Use Law, and Tax sections.
The three-day program, jointly sponsored by the Government Lawyer, Environmental and Land Use Law, Appellate Practice sections and the Out-of-State Practitioners Division provided opportunities for 25 Florida lawyers to explore topics of federal law in some of the nation's most prestigious buildings.
At the urging of the Out-of-State Practitioners Division, the Bar Board of Governors recently approved the new effort.
3, changes the name of the Out-of-State Practitioners Division to the Out-of-State Division.