Daniel Nordby, a partner in Shutts & Bowen LLP’s Tallahassee office, presented three separate CLE courses this spring for two organizations, the Appellate Practice Section of The Florida Bar and the Florida Government Bar Association.
As a part of the Florida Government Bar Association’s State and Federal Government Administrative Practice (SFGAP) certification lecture series, Daniel presented one-hour CLE lectures to help candidates prepare for their upcoming certification examinations. His presentations included “Florida Exhaustion of Administrative Remedies and Primary Jurisdiction & Florida Exceptions to and Exemptions from Applicability of APA” on April 12, 2021, and “Florida Constitutional Law” on April 26, 2021. Daniel is one among fewer than 100 attorneys who is Florida Bar Board Certified in State and Federal Government and Administrative Practice.
Daniel also presented a one-hour CLE lecture on May 7, 2021 for the Appellate Practice Section of The Florida Bar, discussing the tools available to practitioners for the evaluation of statutory and constitutional construction, in “Statutory Construction: The Tools of the Trade.”
About Daniel Nordby
Daniel Nordby is a partner in the Tallahassee office of Shutts & Bowen LLP, where he is a member of the Appellate Practice Group. He is Florida Bar Board Certified in State and Federal Government and Administrative Practice. His practice focuses on high-profile, high stakes matters of law and public policy, particularly in the areas of constitutional, appellate and administrative law. Over the course of his career, Daniel has developed extensive experience in the area of government and administrative law. He is a Past Chair of the Florida Bar’s Administrative Law Section and has served on the Section’s Executive Council for more than a decade. Daniel has represented clients in some of Florida’s largest competitive procurements and has served as counsel of record in a variety of administrative and judicial proceedings involving the application of constitutional and administrative law principles. A representative list of Daniel’s reported opinions in the state and federal courts is available here.