What is EAGLE?
Leaving a Legacy in the Law
EAGLEs take the critical but necessary step from being a member of the FJA to being a leader and an advocate for public service, setting an example and leaving their mark to protect access to Florida’s courts.
It is through the dedication and culture of commitment established by our EAGLE leaders that FJA is able to provide the tools and resources necessary to battle within the legislature and ensure the continued success of our practices and the safety of Florida’s consumers.
EAGLEs provide an unwavering consistency that guides and protects our civil justice system. A culture of commitment by our members in our mission of justice has been the source of our strength and resilience through countless challenges and has contributed to our success. FJA owes its consistent level of success to our selfless contributors, as their commitment to our mission of justice remains an integral part of our accomplishments as an organization.
Who are EAGLEs?
Lawyers Who Become Legacies
Attorneys, member firms, businesses, and individuals that have chosen to step forward and stand beside us and other consumer advocates as we strive to protect Florida citizens from dangerous special interest legislation are the core of EAGLE. Their decision to become members of the EAGLE team is rooted in their knowledge of the law, their deep respect for our civil justice system, and their continued fight for justice. These men, women, and businesses take the critical but necessary step from being a member of the FJA to being a leader and an advocate in the public sector, setting an example and leaving their mark to protect access to the courts.
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Why Become an EAGLE?
Contribute to Our Culture of Commitment
" The choice to support EAGLE is not a choice at all but a necessity. If we are able to survive the current onslaught against consumer rights, we must each work to support the only organization committed solely to the protection of Florida’s civil justice system."
FJA Past President