COMMUNICATIONS COMMITTEE

 
Co-Chairs:

Laura Roe Laura.Roe@StPete.org
Gretchen Myers myersg@flcourts.org

Description: The Communications Committee is responsible for all of the Animal Law Section’s publications, including traditional printed materials, electronic updates, this website, and social media. The Committee gathers and reviews content for the Section's Paw Review Publication as well as solicits and edits animal law content for the Florida Bar Journal and Florida Bar News. The Committee also maintains and updates the Section's website and social media accounts. Periodically, the Committee will prepare additional educational materials about animal law to distribute to Section members. The Committee’s objectives are carried out through its subcommittees.

The Communications Committee is always looking for more volunteers to help with creating, soliciting, editing, and managing content. If you have any interest in joining the Committee or submitting content for publication, please contact our co-chairs.


Paw Review Blog Subcommittee

Chair: Gretchen Myers (myersg@flcourts.org)

The Paw Review Blog Subcommittee creates content for the Section’s blog and edits outside content before it is published. The Paw Review Blog contains animal law news updates, more in-depth special features, and information on Section activities.

Florida Bar Journal Subcommittee

Chair: Ralph DeMeo (radhyper@gmail.com)

The Florida Bar Journal Subcommittee compiles and edits articles written by Section members or other attorneys for submission to the Bar Journal.

Social Media Subcommittee

Chair: Gregg Morton (greggrileymorton@gmail.com)

The Social Media Subcommittee maintains and updates the Section’s social media accounts on Facebook, LinkedIN, Twitter, and Instagram.

Website Subcommittee

Chair: Laura Roe (Laura.Roe@StPete.org)

The Website Subcommittee is responsible for updating and maintaining the Section's website in the interest of making it a useful resource for the Section’s membership as well as anyone else interested in learning about animal law.



 
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