2013 Past Headlines
Judicial Annex in Nassau County named for Judge Robert M. Foster, '79
The Nassau County, Florida Judicial Complex has been named the “Robert M. Foster Justice Center.”
Foster, ’79, was appointed a Circuit Court judge in 1988, and has been an administrative judge in Nassau County since 1994. He is a member of the Florida Bar Association’s Civil Procedure Rules Committee, and is chairman of the Committee on Rules of Juvenile Procedure. He was also chairman of the YMCA of Florida’s First Coast and served as a board member for Jacksonville Area Legal Aid, Youth Leadership Jacksonville and the Boys’ Home Association. He received the Judicial Advocate Award from the guardian ad litem program and the outstanding Member of the Judiciary from the Jacksonville Jaycees.
According to a news story about the naming of the judicial building, Foster’s last term as administrative judge will end in 2019.
“I am just deeply honored and incredibly humbled. I can’t believe they did it,” Foster said in the news story.