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Abadin, Ramón A. • Ramón A. Abadin, P.A. • Miami • Civil Trial

Abbey, David James • Abbey Adams Byelick & Mueller • St. Petersburg • Insurance

Abdin, Yazen A. • NeJame Law • Orlando • Immigration & Nationality

Accardo, Brian J. • South Florida Water Management District • West Palm Beach

Ackerman, David Paul • Akerman • West Palm Beach • Commercial Litigation

Acosta, Jolyon Delphin • Bush Ross • Tampa • Wills, Trusts & Estates

Adams, Angela McClendon • Law Office of Wm. Fletcher Belcher • St. Petersburg • Wills, Trusts & Estates

Adams, Glenn Arthur • Holland & Knight • Orlando • Business Law

Adams, Jeffrey Miles • Abbey Adams Byelick & Mueller • St. Petersburg • Civil Trial

Adams, Joseph E. • Becker • Fort Myers • Real Estate

Adams Jr., William E. • Gunster • Jacksonville • Commercial Litigation

Adkins, Gwendolyn Palmer • Coppins Monroe • Tallahassee • Civil Trial

Agliano, John Joseph • Bajo Cuva Cohen & Turkel • Tampa • Business Law

Aidman, Todd Sidney • FordHarrison • Tampa • Labor & Employment

Akin, Pamela Kaye • City Attorney, City of Clearwater • Clearwater

Akins, David James • Dean Mead • Orlando • Wills, Trusts & Estates

Albritton, A. Brian • Phelps Dunbar • Tampa • Criminal Law

Alderman, Silvia Morell • Akerman • Tallahassee • Environmental & Land Use

Alexander, Bruce Gilmour • Ciklin Lubitz & O'Connell • West Palm Beach • Arbitration & Mediation

Alexander, Vincent Frank • Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith • Fort Lauderdale • Bankruptcy & Workout

Allen, A. Graham • Rogers Towers • Jacksonville • Commercial Litigation

Allen, Adam Benjamin • Office of the Federal Public Defender • Tampa

Allen, Bernard • Katz Barron Squitero Friedberg English & Allen • Miami • Commercial Litigation

Alvarez, Hugo Vincent • Becker • Coral Gables • Commercial Litigation

Amron, Brett Michael • Bast Amron • Miami • Commercial Litigation

Amsel, Robert G. • Ross Amsel Raben Nascimento • Miami • Criminal Law

Andersen, Jeffrey Carter • Bush Ross • Tampa • Commercial Litigation

Anderson Jr., Geddes Dowling • Murphy & Anderson • Jacksonville • Commercial Litigation

Andrews, Kelly Zarzycki • H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center • Tampa

Ansbro, Thomas J. • City Attorney, City of Dania Beach • Dania Beach

Anthony, John Albert • Anthony & Partners • Tampa • Bankruptcy & Workout

Appleby, Keith Travis • Banker Lopez Gassler • Tampa • Bankruptcy & Workout

Aprill, Susan H. • Fowler White Burnett • Fort Lauderdale • Commercial Litigation

Arias, Carlos Ramon • Arias Bosinger • Altamonte Springs • Real Estate

Aronovitz, Tod • Aronovitz Law • Miami • Civil Trial

Aronson, Daniel Holmes • Berger Singerman • Miami • Business Law

Arteaga-Gomez, Rossana • Black Srebnick Kornspan & Stumpf • Miami • Criminal Law

Artin, Kenneth Raymond • Bryant Miller Olive • Orlando • Government & Administrative

Aschauer Jr., Frederick L. • Lewis Longman & Walker • Tallahassee • Environmental & Land Use

Ashton, Amber E. • DSK Law • Tampa • Commercial Litigation

Auerbach, Daniel Robert • Cotney Construction Law • Tampa • Construction

Avalos, Catalina M. • Tripp Scott • Fort Lauderdale • Commercial Litigation

Avera, Mark A. • Avera & Smith • Gainesville • Civil Trial

Avidan, Cindy Shatkin • Banker Lopez Gassler • Plantation • Construction

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