Judge LeBlanc Honored with
James G. Glazebrook Memorial Bar Service Award
Orlando, FL -- The Honorable Bob LeBlanc will be honored with the James G. Glazebrook Memorial Bar Service Award from the Orange County Bar Association (OCBA) on March 27, 2015. The award is presented to a state or federal jurist who best demonstrates service to and support of the legal profession and the Legal Aid Society of the OCBA, is dedicated to professionalism both in and out of the courtroom, and is a leader in promoting professionalism, including civility, integrity and respect for the legal system.
Judge LeBlanc is a member of The Florida Bar, OCBA and OCBA/YL, CFAWL, HBACF, CFGALLA, George C. Young American Inns of Court and Mennello Museum of American Art. He is also a founding member of Teen Alternatives, Inc., Orange County Teen Court partner.
Judge LeBlanc’s contributions to legal education in the Orlando community include serving as an advisor for Barry Law and FAMU Law Moot Court and Mock Trial competitions, serving as an advisor for the Boone High School Mock Trial Team, as well as serving as an instructor for the Rotary Club Teach-In Days.
In addition to this honor, Judge LeBlanc was the recipient of the Barry School of Law 2012 Champion for Justice and the Legal Aid Society, Guardian ad Litem merit awards.
“I was honored to be nominated, humbled to be the recipient. I am very grateful for this honor,” stated Judge LeBlanc.
Judge LeBlanc will be presented the award at the OCBA 2015 Professionalism Awards ceremony on Friday, March 27, 2015, from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., at the Orange County Courthouse, Jury Assembly Room.
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