The Bruce R. Jacob-Chris W. Altenbernd Criminal Appellate American Inn of Court
About The Bruce R. Jacob Criminal Appellate American Inn of
The Bruce R. Jacob Criminal Appellate American Inn of
Court promotes professionalism and civility among the lawyers
who practice criminal appellate law in Florida's Second District
Court of Appeal. This unique Inn has student members from the
Stetson University College of Law as well as the University of
Tampa. Its masters and barristers are assistant public defenders,
assistant attorneys general, staff attorneys and judges of the
Second District, as well as professors from
About Bruce R. Jacob
The Inn is named for Bruce R. Jacob,
who as a young assistant attorney general, argued Gideon v.
Wainwright in the Supreme Court of the United State in 1963. He
went on to become a prominent professor of law and dean of the Stetson Law School.
He remains an active member of the Inn of Court and continues to
lead a pupillage group.
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