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June 27, 2017

Amy Keller

Florida Trend Associate Editor • akeller@floridatrend.com

Amy Keller
Amy Keller

Amy Keller is an associate editor for Florida Trend. She writes the magazine’s monthly Tallahassee Trend column and covers a wide variety of business topics. Keller joined Florida Trend in 2005, after more than a decade covering Congress as a reporter for Roll Call newspaper. Keller’s writings have also appeared in Salon, The New Republic and the Atlanta Jewish Times. Keller graduated from The Ohio State University in 1994 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism. Keller has won numerous journalism awards over the years, including being part of the team that won a 2010 first place Green Eyeshade Award from the Society of Professional Journalists for general news reporting for “Medical Makeover,” which covered trends reshaping healthcare in Florida. The same year, she won a second place Green Eyeshade for investigative reporting about Florida’s role in international adoptions.

Articles by Keller:

Accustomed to trade: Miami attorney represents importers and exporters
While the typical lawyer's office is filled with books and paper, Peter Quinter's digs on Brickell Avenue...
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Attorney Mark Olive has been called the “Norman Mailer of death work.” He has donated an estimated 10,000 hours in legal services to death row clients and their attorneys and is one of the nation's top death-penalty defense attorneys.
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Struggling: Law school in the hot seat
Typical graduates of Florida Coastal Law School can expect to earn about $46,000 annually, but a sizable portion of their salary – about $9,800, on average – will go toward paying student loans...
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A budding area: Medical marijuana attracts niche law practices
As Florida prepares to implement an expanded medical marijuana market recently approved by voters, David Kotler has been inundated with cannabis-related work.
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Mergers, acquisitions and updates on telecom in Florida
Charter Communications become the second-largest cable operator in the country. Frontier Communications makes its largest acquisition. Hotwire Communications moves to Florida.
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Taking the helm at the ABA
Hilarie Bass started as a summer associate at Greenberg Traurig three decades ago, the law firm had just one office in Miami. Today, the firm has 38 offices around the world...
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Nutrition, fitness & executive health: Lifesaving checkup
When the Orlando Magic decided to send its executives for an annual physical in 2011, Pat Williams was the first on the list. “I didn't want to do it,” the NBA team's senior vice president recalls. “It required getting up before dawn and being out there at 7 a.m. with no breakfast.”
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Trash to treasure: Michael Goldstein touts ‘high returns' in brownfield redevelopment
Michael Goldstein touts 'high returns' in brownfield redevelopment near Palm Beach International Airport.
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Becoming a more agile Florida law firm
Every morning, at 10 sharp, the staff of Salazar Jackson huddles around a white board for a 15-minute meeting known as the “daily scrum.”
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