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Patricia A. Draper
pdraper@meyerbrookslaw.com

EDUCATION: 
FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF LAW
Juris Doctorate Degree - 1977
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA
Bachelor of Arts in Journalism - 1974

ADMITTED TO PRACTICE:
The Florida Bar, since 1977
District Court for the Northern District of Florida






PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

Patty joined the firm in 2010, specializing in labor and employment law, primarily representing education employees and labor organizations, as well as representing individuals and organizations in state, federal and administrative forums.

Patty's prior experience includes working in: the University Attorney's Office at Florida State University, handling employment and higher education issues; the Department of Health, prosecuting physicians and physician assistants before the Florida Board of Medicine; the Department of Business and Professional Regulation, handling condominium, cooperative and community association management issues; and, the Florida Legislature as a Legislative Intern and Lobbyist.
 

DISTINCTIONS, APPOINTMENTS AND BAR MEMBERSHIPS

  • A New Look for Public Education: The Proposed Revision of Florida's Educational Governance System, 6 Fla. St. U. L. Rev. 851 (1978)

  • Member, Zonta Club of Tallahassee since 1989

  • Member, Florida Government Bar Association

 

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