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Carlton Fields Shareholder Kathleen S. McLeroy Re-Appointed Co-Chair of The Florida Bar Pro Bono Legal Services Committee

Carlton Fields Shareholder Kathleen S. McLeroy has been re-appointed to serve as co-chair of The Florida Bar Pro Bono Legal Services Committee for a one-year term. She has served as the committee’s co-chair since 2012.

The Pro Bono Legal Services Committee reviews the materials and information submitted pursuant to pro bono rules. Committee members also present to The Florida Bar Board of Governors and Florida Supreme Court any suggested changes or modifications to pro bono rules.

McLeroy is deeply committed to pro bono work. She is involved in numerous professional and civic organizations, for example, Bay Area Legal Services, The Florida Bar Foundation, and the Florida Commission on Access to Civil Justice, giving her time and experience to those in need of legal services. She also previously chaired Carlton Fields’ Pro Bono Committee.

In her law practice at Carlton Fields, McLeroy has extensive experience resolving disputes as a litigator, mediator, and arbitrator. As a trial lawyer, she has substantial experience representing creditors in disputes with debtors in all forums, including state court, federal court, bankruptcy court, and in arbitration proceedings.

McLeroy is certified by the Florida Supreme Court as a circuit civil and county court mediator. She is certified to serve as a mediator in matters pending before the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida and the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Florida. She mediates a variety of commercial disputes including commercial foreclosures, contract disputes, title disputes, and bankruptcy disputes. She is also qualified by the Florida Supreme Court to serve as a court-appointed arbitrator.


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