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Mamie C. Joeveer


Mamie C. Joeveer

When Mamie Joeveer served in the United States Marine Corps, she was a public affairs officer who achieved the rank of Captain. She was engaged in high-level assignments at the Pentagon, in Kenya, and at the United Nations Mission in Haiti. But her story didn't begin there. Mamie has also worked as a national journalist and contributor to the Miami Herald, where she covered business and entertainment. In addition to that, she has produced a national television series for NBC Universal in New York, and has written many features about entrepreneurs for Forbes magazine.

In time, Mamie made the switch to a legal career. She started as an assistant public defender in Broward County, Florida, where she gained significant jury and bench trial experience. Mamie is now a lawyer in our Litigation, Arbitration, and Employment Group, with a concentration in commercial litigation and health. Mamie's rich and diverse base of knowledge and experience has enhanced her legal practice. The media has also taken note of the particular perspective she can offer, and she's often asked to appear as a military and legal analyst on MSNBC.

Representative Experience

Representation of a global electronics and electrical engineering company in a US$2bn contract dispute.

Education and admissions


  • J.D., Florida International University College of Law, 2008
  • Bachelor's Degree in Communications and Fine Arts, University of Memphis, 1998


  • Member, Florida Bar Media and Communications Law Committee

Bar admissions and qualifications

  • Florida

Court admissions

  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida
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