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Natalia Gove

Florida A&M University, J.D., magna cum laude, 2012

"As an associate in the Immigration Department, I work very closely with the head of our immigration team, focusing on business and family immigration issues. I initially started at the firm as a paralegal, and when  I decided to go to law school, the firm supported and encouraged me every step of the way. It is great to work with so many people who are genuinely happy to see you succeed!"

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Derren K. Ciaglia

Derren Ciaglia

University of Florida Levin College of Law, J.D., 2011

“As a new associate, both partners and associates made me feel part of the firm right away.  I have had the opportunity to learn from the very attorneys I look up to and respect in the family law community.  The family law team genuinely cares for each and every client and is passionate about family law and the service they provide.  I have already learned so much from the members of the team.”

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Brendan Lynch

Brendan Lynch

George Mason University School of Law, J.D., 2005

"One of our biggest clients for property tax appeal work is a large drugstore chain. As a second-year associate, I was able to work from start to finish on an assessment challenge in Pinellas County, including handling the hearing. My 45-minute argument before the special magistrate was a springboard to significantly more client interaction."

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Melody B. Lynch

Melody B. Lynch

Stetson University College of Law, J.D., 2007

"As a first-year associate, I worked very closely with the head of our litigation department, Terry Young, on a seven-week medical malpractice jury trial. Terry trusted me to draft motions and memoranda of law, and several times during trial asked me to conduct research that he needed immediately for the testimony of key witnesses. This intimate involvement in a high stakes trial was an experience that I would not have gotten anywhere else as a first-year associate."

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