Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Reappoints Carlton Fields’ Christine R. Davis to First District Court of Appeal Judicial Nominating Commission

Appellate & Trial Support   |   July 10, 2019
Tallahassee, Fla. – Carlton Fields is pleased to announce that Tallahassee Office Managing Shareholder Christine R. Davis was reappointed to Florida’s First District Court of Appeal Judicial Nominating Commission (JNC). She was first appointed to the commission in 2016. This month, Gov. Ron DeSantis reappointed Davis to the position from a list of nominees submitted by The Florida Bar for a term ending July 1, 2023.
Davis is an experienced appellate advocate, regularly handling all aspects of appellate litigation in state and federal courts. She concentrates her practice on administrative litigation, complex commercial litigation, medical malpractice, personal injury, health care, product liability, constitutional litigation, and insurance coverage issues, including bad faith actions. She has represented large hospitals and other health care providers, corporations, insurance companies, manufacturers, and governmental entities, among others, in all of these areas.
Davis is board-certified by The Florida Bar in Appellate Practice. She earned her J.D., with honors, and her B.S. from Florida State University.
About the First District Court of Appeal JNC: The Florida Judicial Nominating Commissions are nonpartisan nine-member commissions of lawyers are non-lawyers who locate, recruit, investigate, and evaluate applicants for judicial office. The commissions then submit three to six names of the most highly qualified applicants to the governor, who must make a final selection from the list. The First District Court of Appeal is located in Tallahassee, and its jurisdiction includes 32 counties.

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