"The Intersection of Citizenship and Military Service" CLE, Rose Deeb Kitchen Award Presentation, & Board Installation
August 11, 2021, 10:00:00 PM
August 11, 2021 at 6:00 p.m.
FSU Law School Rotunda
Approved for 1.0 General CLE Credits AND 0.5 Certification Credits in Immigration and Nationality Law!
FSU Law Rotunda
Please join Tallahassee Women Lawyers on August 11 for "The Intersection of Citizenship & Military Service" CLE presented by Elizabeth Ricci of Rambana & Ricci, PLLC. Ms. Ricci will discuss her role on the Selective Service Board, how to become a U.S. Citizen and when, who may enlist in the military, and exceptions to the residency rule for foreign-born veterans with reference to a case study. We will also present our annual Rose Deeb Kitchen Award and have our installation ceremony for the 2021-2022 Tallahassee Women Lawyers' Board of Directors.
Attorney Elizabeth Ricci has practiced immigration law for 20 years. Her pro bono concentration is helping foreign born veterans pursue citizenship. She received the Florida Supreme Court Chief Justice’s Pro bono award and the American Legion’s Legion Pride award for her pro bono efforts. Her work for veterans has been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, on CNN and other major media outlets including Colonel Oliver North’s podcast American Heroes. The Philadelphia Inquirer dubbed her the “go-to lawyer for veterans.” Elizabeth was appointed by the President to the Selective Service Board and serves in many volunteer capacities including as Liaison to the Florida Department of Highways Safety and Motor Vehicles for alien driver licenses.