Pamela I. Perry, Florida attorney at Dresnick, Rodriguez & Perry.

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J.D., University of Miami
School of Law, with Honors
B.A., Brandeis University,
with Honors

Bar Admissions:
Florida Bar
United States Supreme Court
United States Court of Appeals, 11th Circuit
United States District Court, Southern District of Florida

Publications, Papers and Presentations:
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Mediator Certifications
United States District Court, Southern District of Florida
Florida Supreme Court - Civil Circuit
Florida Supreme Court - Appellate

Curriculum Vitae

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Pamela I. Perry, Martindale-Hubbell AV Rating
Pamela I. Perry, Martindale-Hubbell

Pamela I. Perry

For nearly twenty-eight years, Pamela I. Perry has represented people being investigated or prosecuted for alleged criminal conduct by federal and state authorities. In addition, she provides legal support to criminal and civil practitioners, and has been a highly respected mediator for several years, having mediated a wide variety of cases including commercial, labor, insurance, class action, health care, zoning, personal injury, and other matters.

A Florida native, Pam clerked for the Honorable Daniel S. Pearson on Florida's Third District Court of Appeal, and was a partner at Bierman, Shohat, Loewy, Perry, and Klein, P.A and Kenny Nachwalter, P.A. In addition to representing persons and entities facing state and federal criminal charges, she represents health care providers in connection with licensure, overpayment, termination, revocation, and related issues in investigations and proceedings brought by Florida's Agency for Health Care Administration ("AHCA"), the Florida Department of Health, Medicare, and the Drug Enforcement Administration. She also represents physicians in matters involving peer review and governmental investigations, and has represented hospitals in matters involving privilege and liability issues. Pam is also a respected Umpire and Special Master, and has extensive experience defending professional malpractice and general commercial claims.

Pam has served as Chair, Vice-Chair, and member of the Judicial Nominating Commission for the Eleventh Judicial Circuit, and is a member of the Florida Bar Committee on Judicial Independence and the Florida Association for Women Lawyers. She has also served as president, secretary, and member of the Board of Directors of the Miami Chapter of the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, and as a member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, and the American Bar Association. Pam was also a director of the Dade County Bar Association, a member of the Executive Board of Miami-Dade County Community Relations Board, a member of the Spellman-Hoeveler Inn of Court the Regional Board of the Anti-Defamation League, and sat on the 2012 Miami-Dade Charter Review Task Force.

Pam has written and lectured extensively on mediation. In February of 2013, Ms. Perry was one of five highly experienced mediators that addressed the importance of preparing the mediator at the "Mediation and Alternative Dispute Resolution" panel discussion at the Dade County Bar Association’s Bench and Bar Conference at the Coral Gables Country Club. She gave the Keynote address on mediation at the Spellman-Hoeveler American Inn of Court South Florida Trial Lawyer Luncheon in July of 2012, and participated in the ABA Panel, "Top Ten Mistakes We're Making in Mediation and Didn't Even Know It" in April of 2011. In addition, she has recently published two articles in the Daily Business Review entitled, "Counsel Should Prep Mediators On Issues, Dynamics of Case" (July 20, 2012) and "Mediator Responds to Rodent: Present Your Case, Not Just Your Number" (September 17, 2012).

Pam became an "AV" rated lawyer in 1990, and received the G. Kirk Haas Humanitarian Award from the Florida Bar in 2000. She has been consistently listed in Florida Super Lawyers from 2010 until 2014, Florida Trend's Legal Elite in 2008, 2010, and 2012, has been listed in the South Florida Legal Guide's "Top Lawyers in South Florida" from 2007-2013, and as one of South Florida's Top Rated Lawyers in Criminal Law in 2012. Pam co-authored the Change of Venue Chapter in "Jury Work: Systematic Techniques," by the National Jury Project, and "International Drug Cartels: Miami Vice or Government Spice," for the American University Law Review, and taught Federal Criminal Practice as an adjunct professor at the University of Miami School of Law for several years.

Pam earned her B.A. with honors from Brandeis University where she was awarded the Butman Award for Outstanding Scholarship and Leadership. She earned her J.D., Cum Laude, from the University of Miami School of Law, where she received the American Jurisprudence Book Award in Labor Law and served as a member of the Moot Court Board and on the Lawyer of the Americas Journal of International Law.

Pam is admitted to the Bar of the U.S. District Court, for the Southern District of Florida, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, and the United States Supreme Court.