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DCBA Bench and Bar: My Current Situation.

Oh I kid -- of course it's fun to spend all Friday with hundreds of lawyers and judges shifting around from one panel to another in a brown 1989 Hyatt time capsule, engaging in repetitive small talk while looking at your emails worrying about all the work piling up back at the office.

Oops -- was that out loud?

Just joking Jordan -- don't put me on your s&*t list!

It's always among the best-produced legal events in South Florida and certainly a bang for the buck in terms of CLE, networking, and general legal schmoozing.

Have a great weekend!


  1. Stay warm with your princess, SFL.

  2. Spencer"s WorldFebruary 21, 2015 at 8:27 AM

    Look! On Ponce across from the courthouse!

    It's a Bird.

    It's a Plane.

    It's Charles Nelson Rlley!

    NO….It's Spencer Aronfeld, super lawyer. Yes, it's Super lawyer ... strange visitor from another planet, who came to Miami with powers and abilities far beyond those of mortal lawyers Super lawyer ... who can change the course of mighty litigation , bend jurors with his bare hands, and who, disguised as Spencer Aronfeld , mild-mannered litigator for a great metropolitan law firm, fights a never-ending battle for truth, justice, and the American way

  3. Last year's was better.

  4. "It's Charles Nelson Riley ". I've been laughing all day.


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