The evolving threat of the COVID-19 virus has prompted the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit to cancel its May judicial conference, Chief Judge Ed Carnes announced Wednesday. 

The circuit’s 2020 conference—which brings together federal judges from Georgia, Florida and Alabama, as well as lawyers who practice in the circuit—was scheduled to take place from May 6-9 in Atlanta. The Eleventh Circuit conferences are held biennially and generally qualify as continuing legal education credits for the attorneys and judges who attend.

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