On Thursday, March 23, Shutts attorneys Daniel Nordby and Elise Engle served as panelists during Keystone Florida’s Law and Policy Day event, held at the Florida Supreme Court.
Daniel, who is Chair of Shutts’ Appellate Practice Group, presented on the topic of “The Legal Ecosystem in Florida: The Path to the Bench” on a panel with Chief Justice Carlos Muniz, Eleventh Circuit Judge Robert Luck, and First DCA Judge Adam Tanenbaum. Elise participated in a panel discussion titled “Strategy & Opportunity: Your Early Career.”
Keystone Florida is a project of Florida Blue Key, the University of Florida’s oldest and most prestigious leadership honorary. Through mentorship and education, the Keystone Florida program prepares student leaders to enter the world of politics, industry, and the law informed and ready to contribute.
About Daniel E. Nordby
Daniel Nordby is a partner in the Tallahassee office of Shutts & Bowen LLP, where he is Chair of the firm's Appellate Practice Group. His practice focuses on high profile, high stakes matters of law and public policy, particularly in the areas of constitutional, appellate, and administrative law. Daniel is double board certified by The Florida Bar in both Appellate Practice and State & Federal Government & Administrative Practice. He is the only attorney in Florida to hold concurrent board certifications as an expert in both of these practice areas.
About Elise M. Engle
Elise M. Engle is an attorney in the Tampa and Tallahassee offices of Shutts & Bowen LLP, where she is a member of the Appellate Practice Group. Elise focuses her practice on appellate litigation, civil appeals and trial support in both state and federal courts.