Take charge of making sure your Bar address is correct

first_img Take charge of making sure your Bar address is correct Take charge of making sure your Bar address is correct It is now easier for Florida Bar members to update their address information in the official Bar records thanks to a recent improvement in the Bar’s Web site.Not only can members now “proof” their data, but also control what is “on file” with the Bar.Members need only to log on to www.flabar.org. Once there, click on “Member Services” in the blue field to the left and a link to a “Membership Records Change of Address Form” will appear on the screen. Lawyers may then key in their own address changes, which will be sent directly into the membership records database.“This new system will relieve the staff in the Membership Records Department from having to manually type in members’ addresses,” said Membership Records Supervisor Willie Mae Shepherd.Before address changes can be made, however, lawyers will first have to provide their Bar number, date of birth, and the year they became a Bar member. This information is needed to register on the Bar’s storefront, is a security feature, and only has to be done once. Registered members will come back and put in their username (which is their Bar number) and whatever password they have selected, and then make the necessary updates. Only members who register on-line can update their own data.center_img August 15, 2003 Regular Newslast_img read more

Shooting Federation considering hosting continental event – Adeoye

first_imgRelatedPosts 2018 AYG bronze medal proof of Nigeria’s shooting sport capability – Official Shooting federation gets FG’s support for grassroots development NSSF urges states to shun cheating Lonsdale Adeoye, President of Nigeria Shooting Sports Federation (NSSF), on Friday in Abuja said the federation was considering the possibility of hosting a continental event in Nigeria. He told the News Agency of Nigeria that Nigeria possesses numerous talents that could be tapped but were not encouraged because of the huge cost of logistics for events outside the country. Adeoye said that the idea of hosting of events became necessary to reduce the cost of travelling to events for Nigerian shooters. “We have very good shooters in this country, but sometimes they are not given the possibility of participating in continental tournament due to funds. “If the situation remains the same, it will in the long run affect the development of the sport in the country and we have decided to look into it. “So, we are considering bidding to host a tournament in Nigeria and give athletes the opportunity to better their skills,’’ he said. The NSSF president said the International Shooting Sports Federation whose officials would embark on a tour of West African countries would also visit Nigeria very soon. He added that one of the aims of the visit by the international body was to inspect facilities and provide more support for the country.Tags: Lonsdale AdeoyeNSSFlast_img read more