Power of Attorney: Yolanda Strader Proves Unstoppable at One of Miami’s Top Law Firms

Creditors’ Rights and Bankruptcy   |   Litigation and Trials   |   Real Property Litigation   |   Banking, Commercial, and Consumer Finance   |   April 22, 2019
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Carlton Fields Shareholder Yolanda Strader was featured in the Miami Herald and Legacy Miami articles, “Power of Attorney: Yolanda Strader Proves Unstoppable at One of Miami’s Top Law Firms.”
The articles discuss the rise of Strader’s professional and personal successes while working as a commercial litigator at Carlton Fields, serving as the past president of the Wilkie D. Ferguson Jr. Bar Association, and being a wife and mother to two young children.
Strader continues to challenge the status quo statistics of being a black women in a position of power, stating, “I’m comfortable in my own skin and asserting my voice. Even when I’m the only black woman in a courtroom or a meeting, I know I’m just as valuable as anyone else.”
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