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Legal Elite Government & Non-Profit Attorneys

These 50 lawyers are the top vote recipients among attorneys employed by municipal, county, state or regional government agencies and non-profit organizations.

| 7/6/2022

Armstrong, Rosemary E. • Crossroads For Florida Kids, Inc. • Tampa

Bravo, Lorena E. • City of Hialeah-Office of the City Attorney • Hialeah

Brown, Ian • DBPR, Office of General Counsel • Tallahassee

Campbell, LaTesha M. • State Attorney's Office • Jacksonville

Coleman, Laura Mauldin • County of Volusia • DeLand

DiRose, Dean Richard • Hillsborough County Attorney • Tampa

Dobson, Michael B. • Florida Department of Financial Services • Tallahassee

Feuer, Samantha Schosberg • Palm Beach County Courthouse • West Palm Beach

Friedman, Lindsey Lazopoulos • United States Attorney's Office - SDFL • Miami

Gelin, Lynn DeSanti • City Attorney's Office • Delray Beach

Gibbs, Domini J. • City of Miami - Office of the City Attorney • Miami

Greco, John Anthony • Office of the City Attorney • Miami

Grimes, Gina Kress • City of Tampa • Tampa

Guerrero, Lisa Gong • State Attorney's Office for the Ninth Judicial Circuit • Orlando

Hall, Steven Lamar • Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services • Tallahassee

Hernandez, Elizabeth Miranda • City of Miami • Miami

Hodges, Lawsikia J. • Deputy General Counsel, Office of General Counsel • Jacksonville

Hudson, Jena Donofrio • Bay Area Legal Services • Tampa

Jacobs, Jill Eichenbaum • City of Palm Bay, City Attorney's Office • Palm Bay

Johnson-Velez, Susan Elizabeth • City of Tampa • Tampa

Johnston, Paige Hobbs • City of Jacksonville • Jacksonville

Kelso, Jill Ellen • U.S. D.O.J. - U.S. Trustee Program • Orlando

Kerbel, Dennis Alexander • Miami-Dade County Attorney's Office • Miami

Ladis, Karen Josefsberg • Dade Legal Aid • Miami

Leuthauser, Stephanie Smith • United States Attorney's Office • Tampa

Lyons, Ellen Koehler • Attorney General, State of Florida • Tampa

Massey, Morris Craig • City of Tampa • Tampa

Mattina, Lara Zaroulis • State Attorney's Office • Jacksonville

Mendez, Victoria • Office of the City Attorney, City of Miami • Miami

Min, Barnaby Lee • City of Miami • Miami

Mutamba, Denise A. • City of Riviera Beach • Riviera Beach

Nelson, Melissa Williamson • State Attorney's Office 4th Jud. Circuit • Jacksonville

Pennewill, Elizabeth Colvin • Community Foundation of Sarasota County • Sarasota

Pope, Kenneth Cardell • Hillsborough County Attorney • Tampa

Pryor, Harold Fernandez • Office of the State Attorney • Fort Lauderdale

Pyburn, Terrill C. • City Attorney's Office • Coconut Creek

Ramos, Miriam Soler • City Attorney, City of Coral Gables • Coral Gables

Richardson, Randall Harvey • Regional Conflict Counsel 1DCA • Pensacola

Rodriguez, Diego "Woody" • Central Florida Expressway Authority • Orlando

Siara, Lyndsey E. • 13th Judicial Circuit Court • Tampa

Slayton, Amber L. • City of North Port • North Port

Soliman, Jihan M. • City Attorney's Office • Miami

Sum, Alice K. • U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission • Miami

Vigues-Pitan, Monica • Legal Services of Greater Miami, Inc. • Miami

Warren, Lawonda Renae • City of Delray Beach • Delray Beach

Waxman, Abbie D. • United States Attorney's Office - SDFL • Miami

Wells, Cathleen Emer • City of Tampa Office of City Attorney • Tampa

Wolfe, Justin George • Dept of Environmental Protection • Tallahassee

Zelman, Andrea Ellen • Tampa - Office of the City Attorney • Tampa

Zuroweste, Elizabeth Hempling • State Attorney's Office 6th Circuit • Clearwater

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