Law360 (April 25, 2019, 7:28 PM EDT) -- Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis appointed Miami-Dade Circuit Court Judge Monica Gordo and Assistant State Attorney Fleur Lobree on Thursday to fill two vacant seats on the Third District Court of Appeal, marking the first time the appellate court has had four women on the bench.
In an announcement made at the Third District's new courthouse, the governor said he was appointing Judge Gordo and Lobree to fill the seats vacated by the elevation of Justices Barbara Lagoa and Robert J. Luck to the Florida Supreme Court earlier this year.
"These two brilliant legal professionals understand the proper role of the...
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