FACA Mission Statement
“FACA provides a forum for county attorneys and their assistants to develop professional friendships, discuss current and future issues, and provide mentoring opportunities, continuing legal education, and advice and advocacy on statewide legal issues.”
Who we are
The Florida Association of County Attorneys, Inc. (FACA) is a Florida nonprofit corporation whose purpose is to provide a forum for research, advice and discussion in the development of local government law, including technical assistance. The Florida Association of County Attorneys is led by a Board of Directors and five officers. Those persons who serve as the county attorney, assistant, associate or deputy county attorney for a Florida county are eligible for membership. FACA has five standing committees -- Finance & Tax; Public Safety & Courts; Growth Management; General Governmental and Amicus Curiae. The annual membership dues are $125 per attorney. The dues allow the member password-protected access to the FACA Forum Listserv and free registration to two FACA CLE Seminars held concurrently with the Florida Association of Counties Annual and Legislative Conferences. For additional membership information, please contact the Office of the General Counsel.
News of Note
Second Amendment Resolutions Resource Page
2020 FACA Membership Drive is OPEN!!
11th Circuit's Opinion in Williamson, et al v. Brevard County (Invocations)
EEOC: Systemic Disability Discrimination
County Attorney Recruitment Services Offered
Williamson, et al v. Brevard County Invocation Practice Invalidation Summary
City of Homestead v. McDonough, 3d DCA Public Records Opinion Analysis
Federal District Court Rejects Obama Overtime Rule
FACA Mentoring Program
FACA Unfunded Mandates & Preemptions Knowledge Center