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DOAH names three new administrative law judges

DOAH names three new administrative law judges

DOAH names three new administrative law judges

DOAH names three new administrative law judges

DOAH sealThe Division of Administrative Hearings (DOAH), recently added three new administrative law judges, including:

  • Jenifer Fortenberry, who received her undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Florida. Subsequently, she received a Master of Science in Risk Management and Insurance from the Florida State University. Fortenberry previously practiced law in the private sector in an insurance defense firm and in the public sector prosecuting claims by a state agency against insurance companies. She comes to DOAH from the Florida House of Representatives where she has been an attorney/analyst.
  • Meredith Hinshelwood, who received her undergraduate degree from the Florida State University and law degree from the Florida State University College of Law. Hinshelwood previously served as an assistant public defender where she acted as lead and co-counsel in trials and handled criminal appeals for the Office of the Attorney General. She has also been involved in rulemaking for state agencies. She comes to DOAH from the Florida House of Representatives where she has been an attorney and policy chief.
  • Joshua Pratt, who received his undergraduate degree from the Florida State University and law degree from the Florida State University College of Law. Pratt previously served as deputy general counsel in the Executive Office of the Florida Governor, Office of the General Counsel. He comes to DOAH from Holtzman Vogel in Tallahassee, where he focuses his practice on all aspects of litigation.

Originally published at https://www.floridabar.org/the-florida-bar-news/doah-names-three-new-administrative-law-judges/

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