Moot Court in February, 2018

Judging Moot Court at NSU.


Posted on 07 May 2018, 13:56 - Category: Serving the Community



I know a picture is worth a thousand words, but sometimes one picture is worth a thousand photos. Here are some of the community events I've attended since March.  Some, but not all of the many events I attend each year have announcements, tickets or flyers. Since these events are from March, the Orange Blossom Festival in Davie and the Butterfly Festival in Coconut Creek, my community, are not part of this group. But I certainly enjoyed them!


Posted on 07 May 2018, 13:48 - Category: Serving the Community

Leonore Greller Endorsed by Broward Sheriff's Office Deputies Assn, Local I.U.P.A 6020

The membership of the Broward Sheriff's Office Deputies Association, Local I.U.P.A 6020 officially selected Leonore Greller to receive its endorsement for County Judge, Group 9.  Through the Democratic process,  the membership voted to endorse Leonore Greller for her "commitment to the community and law enforcement."

Leonore Greller thanked Jeff Bell, the President of Local 6020, stating:

I am honored to have received the endorsement of the Broward Sheriff’s Office Deputies Association.  I assure you that I will continue to serve the community and that I will always honor and respect the men and women who put their lives on the line every day to protect us from those who do harm.

With much gratitude,

Leonore M. Greller
Judicial Candidate for 
Broward County Court, Group 9

Posted on 28 Apr 2018, 16:46 - Category: Endorsements


Attorney Leonore Greller views the judging of moot court competitions as essential to helping young law students who aspire to be litigators.   In 2014, one of Leonore's first Florida mentee young lawyers, an NSU graduate, asked if Greller would be a volunteer justice for  the upcoming 2014 Nova Moot Court Society Competition.  The rest is history.  Since then, Leonore Greller has judged each of the three or four competitions or oral arguments held at NSU each year,  sometimes judging as many as nine rounds over three days.  The Florida Bar approves a maximum of one round every three years for Continuing Legal Education credit.  Moot Court is one way seasoned lawyers can be of real service to law students and the legal community. 


Posted on 25 Apr 2018, 9:40 - Category: Serving the Community

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