September 17, 2014

Of Counsel - Florida Law

Other 2013 Pro Bono Awards

| 4/18/2013

» Bruce Beuford Blackwell, a partner at King, Blackwell, Zehnder & Wermuth, Orlando

» Jennings Kemp Brinson, an associate at Clark, Campbell & Lancaster, Lakeland

» Mary Vanden Brook, administrative service director for the Monroe County Health Department, Key West

» The Tampa law firm of Clark & Washington, winner of the 2013 Law Firm Commendation

» Mary-Ellen Cross, a sole practitioner, Gainesville

» Carolyn Davis Cummings, a partner at Cummings & Hobbs, Tallahassee

» Janice Joy “J.J.” Dahl, managing partner at Dahl Family Law Group, Clermont

» William Kenan DeBraal, a deputy county attorney for the Indian River County Florida Board of County Commissioners, Vero Beach

» Judge Claudia Rickert Isom, of the 13th Judicial Circuit in Tampa, winner of the 2013 Distinguished Judicial Service Award.

» Maxine Master Long, a partner at Shutts & Bowen, Miami

» Janella Kayla Leibovitz, a sole practitioner, Sarasota

» Steven Wayne Marcus, shareholder at Fowler White Boggs, Fort Lauderdale

» James D. “Jim” McDonald, a volunteer legal counsel, Venice

» Robert Allan “Bob” Pell, a chief assistant state attorney in Gulf County, Port St. Joe

» Leon Claudio Skornicki, (out-of-state winner), an associate at DLA Piper, New York

» David Elihu Steckler, a professor of legal and justice studies at Florida Gulf Coast University, Fort Myers

» Tampa Bay Hispanic Bar Association, winner of the 2013 Voluntary Bar Association Pro Bono Award

» Monica Taibl, a Guardian ad Litem attorney, Live Oak

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