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Join us in the 2015/2016 Season--check back for date and time


Join us for a non-partisan voter education program addressing the current state of the judiciary, the role of judges in our constitutional system, and how judges differ from other elected officials. Lean about the dangers of political and special interest attacks on the courts, and the necessary tools to exercise an informed and reasoned vote on judicial candidates in our area. Come and participate in the dialogue.

What Voters Need to Know

  • The Role of the Courts
  • The Difference Between Trail and Appellate Courts and Judges
  • The Importance of Protecting the Courts From Politics and Special Interests
  • How to Judge Judges
Lisa Small Pic.

Judge Lisa Small

Judge Lisa Small officiated at the swearing in of our Mayor Gail Coniglio, Councilman Michael Pucillo and Councilwoman Danielle Hickox Moore on February 10th at the Town Council meeting.

Judge Small worked with her father at the law firm of Small & Small, P.A. from 1992 until she was elected to the circuit court in 2010. She won the four-way race for Group 33 of the 15th Circuit Court in the primary election, receiving 55.1% of the vote and then ran unopposed in the November general election. Judge Small’s family moved from Michigan to the Town of Palm Beach when she was just 4-years old. Judge Small is serving her fifth year in a 6-year term.

This Citizens’ Association Seminar will be at the Palm Beach Fire-Rescue Station
2185 South Ocean Boulevard, Palm Beach
RSVP to or 561-655-5466.

Parking is free at Phipps Ocean parking lot during the event.
Light refreshments will be served.

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