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2023 Florida Super Lawyers Recognizes 53 Carlton Fields Attorneys

TAMPA, FL – 54 of Carlton Fields’ Florida attorneys were selected for inclusion in the 2023 issue of Florida Super Lawyers. Forty-four firm attorneys are on the Super Lawyers list, and nine were named to the Rising Stars list.

No more than 5% of Florida attorneys earn a spot on the Super Lawyers list each year. The Rising Stars list is similarly selective and honors lawyers who are under 40 or have been practicing less than 10 years.

The Carlton Fields attorneys on the lists include:


Super Lawyers: Bruce Berman, Steven Brodie, David Gay, Merrick Gross, Bruce King, Andrew Markus, Thomas Meeks, Paul Nettleton, Edith Osman, Michael Pasano, Benjamine Reid, Lee Stapleton

Rising Stars: Stephanie Fichera


Super Lawyers: Johanna Clark

Rising Stars: Chelsey Clements


Super Lawyers: William Sklar, Joseph Ullo, Peter Webster

Rising Stars: Saray Ravelo


Super Lawyers: David Burke, Matthew Conigliaro, Chris Coutroulis, Nathaniel Doliner, Fentrice Driskell, Scott Feather, Robert Freedman, Jaret Fuente, Edward Gerecke, Cristin Keane, James Kennedy III, Donald Kirk, John Lamoureux, Joseph Lang Jr., Hywel Leonard, Edgel Lester Jr., Kevin McCoy, Kathleen McLeroy, George Meyer, Edward Page, Luis Prats, Jason Quintero, Gary Sasso, Christopher Smart, Paul Ullom, Sylvia Walbolt, Wm. Cary Wright, Gwynne Young

Rising Stars:  Austin Eason, Katherine Heckert, Steffen LoCascio, Ryan Yant

West Palm Beach

Rising Stars: Andrew Daechsel, Michael Sloan

Super Lawyers, part of Thomson Reuters, is a rating service of lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The annual selections are made using a patented multiphase process that includes a statewide survey of lawyers, an independent research evaluation of candidates, and peer reviews by practice area.


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