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# Codification & Supplementation

Webinar On Demand: Codification Best Practices

Learn how to organize your Code of Ordinances into a cost-effective management tool that minimizes laborious tasks and provides residents with easy access to the law. 

Original Air Date: Thursday, September 14, 1 p.m. CT 

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Learn how to organize your code of ordinances into a cost-effective management tool that minimizes laborious tasks and provides residents with easy access to the law.

This session covers the importance of maintaining an accurate and organized codification of ordinances. We will cover the basics of the codification process, along with supplementation, subsection hierarchies, how and why code is organized, arranging by subject matter, actionable best practices, and more.

About Your Panelists:

Julie Lovelace_Gray

Julie E. Lovelace

Esq., Director, Code

Julie E. Lovelace, Esq., Director, Code. B.A., University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill; J.D., Samford University Cumberland School of Law; 32 years of experience in local government law (11 years as Senior Assistant County Attorney for Leon County, Florida, 14 years in private practice); member of the Florida Bar. Also admitted to practice before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida, and U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Florida. She has overall supervision of the legal work of all code projects and ensures that the final product is up to Municode’s demanding standards. 

Tassy Spinks_Gray

Tassy Spinks

Director of the Supplement Team

Tassy Spinks, Director of the Supplement Team, leads our legal editorial teams and support staff who work diligently to ensure that our customers receive the timeliest and most accurate supplements possible, with the highest quality of printed publications originating directly from the printing facility located in our Tallahassee headquarters. Tassy graduated Magna Cum Laude from Randolph-Macon Woman’s College in Lynchburg, Virginia, in 1994, and spent time studying at both the University of Reading in Reading, England, and Oxford University, Oxford, England. Joining the company in 1997, Tassy served as a legal editor for twenty years and has extensive experience in the codification industry serving municipal and county governments.