CIVIL PROCESS SCHOOLS
AUGUST SCHOOL INFORMATION
Originally, due to COVID, classes were changed to August to protect attendees, instructors, and Bilmar employees. The bonus of this change is that room rates are at an all time low. Since rates are lower in August, we will continue to offer the classes in August to get the best rates possible for our Sheriff's Offices.
For over 25 years, the Sheriff’s August Schools on Florida Civil Process have provided comprehensive training for Sheriff’s personnel. The schools are held at the Bilmar Beach Resort in Treasure Island, FL.
Why should you go?
Classes are important for learning, networking, and staying up to date on all things Civil Process!
Training is provided in:
Basic Non-Enforceable Writs – designed for personnel who have less than one year in non-enforceable civil process
Basic Enforceable Writs – designed for personnel who have less than one year in non-enforceable civil process
Advanced Non-Enforceable Civil Process – designed for personnel who have more than one year in non-enforceable civil process
Advanced Enforceable Civil Process – designed for personnel who have more than one year in non-enforceable civil process
Management Weekend – designed for personnel who perform management functions in non-enforceable or enforceable civil process
Dates for 2024 Civil Process Schools:
Basic Non-Enforceable - August 12-14
Basic Enforceable - August 14-16
Advanced Non-Enforceable - August 19-20
Advanced Enforceable - August 21-22
Management - August 23-24
Disclaimer - The materials covered in these classes are intended for informational use only. The information is meant to provide accurate and authoritative information with regard to the material covered in these classes. Avalon Legal Information Services, Inc. and the instructors presenting material in these classes do so with the understanding that they are not engaged in rendering legal or other professional advice. If legal advice or other expert assistance is required, the services of a competent professional person should be sought.
Based on a Declaration of Principles jointly adopted by a Committee of the American Bar Association and a Committee of Publishers and Associations.