Board of Trustees

During our June Florida Supreme Court Historical Society's Annual Business Meeting in Boca Raton, the Board of Trustees elected officers and trustees to lead and serve the organization for the coming year. 

The seven following individuals are newly elected Trustees of the Society to serve a three-year term starting July 1, 2023, to June 30, 2026.

    • Hon. Kimberly Carlton Bonner, Ret., Mabry Carlton Ranch, Sidell
    • Steven Brannock, Brannock Berman & Seider, Tampa
    • Stephen Echsner, Aylstock Witkin Kreis & Overholtz, PLLC, Pensacola
    • Gary Lesser, Lesser, Lesser, Landy & Smith, PLLC, West Palm Beach
    • Hon. Stefanie Moon, 17th Judicial Circuit Court, Ft. Lauderdale
    • Jesse Panuccio, Boies Schiller Flexner, LLP, Ft. Lauderdale
    • Stephen Rosenthal, Podhurst Orseck, P.A., Miami

    The Board members also elected the following individual to serve as Honorary Trustees.

    • Justice Alan Lawson, Ret., Lawson Huck Gonzalez, PLLC, Tallahassee

    Officers and Executive Committee were elected to serve one-year term July 1, 2023 - June 30, 2024.

      • President: Timothy P. Chinaris, Chinaris Law, Rockledge
      • 1st Vice President: Fred Karlinsky, Greenberg Traurig, P.A., Ft. Lauderdale
      • 2nd Vice President: Kara Rochenbach-Link, Link & Rockenbach, PA, West Palm Beach
      • Secretary: Kimberly Berman, Marshall Dennehey et al., Ft. Lauderdale
      • Treasurer: William Schifino, Gunter, Tampa
      • Immediate Past President: Scott R. Rost, Brennan, Manna & Diamond, P. L., Orlando

      Executive Committee Members-at-Large.

      • Mary Adkins, Gainesville
      • Howard C. Coker, Jacksonville
      • Hon. Gary Flower, Jacksonville
      • Leonard Gilbert, Tampa
      • Alan G. Greer, Miami
      • Edward G. Guedes, Coral Gables
      • Edith G. Osman, Miami
      • Daryl D. Parks, Tallahassee

      The Florida Supreme Court Historical Society is dedicated to maintaining records of people and events shaping the evolution of Florida's court system and to educating Floridians about the vital role of the Judicial Branch in our system of government.

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