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Title: Dorothy F. Easley, MS, JD, BCS Appeals
Company: Easley Appellate Practice, P.L.L.C.
Location: Miami, FL
May 26, 2016, Dorothy Easley, Board Certified Appellate Attorney at Easley Appellate Practice, P.L.L.C., has been recognized by Elite Women Worldwide, for dedication, achievement and leadership in legal services.
Throughout the past two decades, Ms. Easley has provided legal services in business law, statutory consumer protection, health law, constitutional, entertainment, intellectual property and employment law, family law and criminal law. With her own law firm, she represents clients in the areas of appellate and trial support practice. For the work that she has delivered, she is AV Rated and Preeminent AV Rated from Martindale-Hubbel. She has also been recognized with the Florida Bar 2009 Excellence in the Promotion of Board Certification, Ranked Top 100 Lawyers, South Florida, in Super Lawyer Magazine 2010 and Florida Super Lawyer from Super Lawyer Magazine. Additionally, she is distinguished by Trend Magazine as a Legal Elite and a Top Appellate Lawyer from South Florida Legal Guide.
Ms. Easley grew up on a farm, and started her career as a published research scientist, a law professor and a ‘biglaw’ partner. She graduated summa cum laude with a Master of Science in forest genetics from Syracuse University and cum laude from the University of Miami with a JD. She is admitted by the U.S. Supreme Court, the Florida Supreme Court, the All Florida District Courts of Appeal and all U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals. She represents Fortune 100 national health plan clients, national entertainment groups as well as small businesses and individuals. She has previously served as the former elected chair of the 1,700 member Florida Appellate Practice Section.Ms. Easley is the nationally recognized author of the federal appellate treatise titled, ‘Successful Federal Appeals in All Circuit courts: A Practical Guide for Busy Lawyers.’
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