Member Benefits Program: Practice Resources & Software
25% discount off Corporate Creations standard service fees for all other services. You must mention coupon code FLbarmember to take advantage of this benefit! Please call 561-694-8107 and speak with the account manager for Florida Bar members and mention the discount code.
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Member Benefits and Discounts – The Florida Bar
Current offerings include free access to Fastcase and Fastcase7, a legal research that usually costs $995 a year; savings programs with UPS and FedEx; student loan refinancing with SoFi; 10 percent off Logickull that promises to “make discovery less complicated and more affordable;” travel discounts; Wyndham hotel discounts; insurance discounts; rental car discounts; and the list goes on.
Florida Bar members save big on select FedEx services
1 FedEx shipping discounts are off standard list rates and cannot be combined with other offers or discounts. Discounts are exclusive of any FedEx surcharges, premiums, minimums, accessorial charges, or special handling fees or taxes. Eligible services and discounts subject to change. For eligible FedEx services and rates, contact your association.
Legal Wellness Retreat in July set for
Legal Wellness Retreat in July set for the Berkshires Discounts available for Florida Bar members Legal practice management software company Rocket Matter, based in Boca Raton, will hold a Legal Wellness Retreat this July. The event will focus on stress reduction and mental wellness topics, including meditation, mindfulness, happiness, and other related issues.
Florida Bar members get new, bigger FedEx discounts.
be used in combination with volume pricing, custom-bid orders, sale items, coupons or other discount offers. Discounts and availability are subject to change. Not valid for services provided at FedEx Office locations in hotels, convention centers and other non-retail locations. Products, services and hours vary by location. FedEx Office is a
May 1, 2002 Letters – The Florida Bar
Advanced Funding The article in the April 1 News headlined “Board sets out advance funding guidelines” addresses Professional Ethics Opinion 00-3, which was approved by Bar Board of Governors on March 15. The opinion purports to afford “guidance” concerning the provision of nonrecourse advance funding and other financial assistance to personal injury claimants.