Hogan Lovells Associate Receives Florida Bar’s Most Productive Young Lawyer Award

MIAMI, 24 June 2011 – Hogan Lovells announced today that Stephanie Carman, an associate in its Miami office, was awarded the Lynn Futch Most Productive Young Lawyer Award from the Florida Bar Young Lawyers Division at this year’s annual convention of the Florida Bar.

The award, given annually, recognizes one young lawyer in the state who has worked most diligently in the past year on Florida Bar activities and/or law-related public activities and who has an excellent reputation for legal abilities and integrity.

“This award is given to some of the best and brightest young lawyers in the State of Florida, so it is no surprise that Stephanie will receive it this year,” said Richard C. Lorenzo, Managing Partner of Hogan Lovells’ Miami office. “She exemplifies the talent and heart of a great lawyer, and we are incredibly proud of her and happy to congratulate her on this well-deserved recognition.”

“As President of the Dade County Bar Association Young Lawyers Section (DCBA YLS), I have had the honor of working with some amazing lawyers to truly make a difference in the lives of underprivileged children and adults in our community,” said Carman. “This award, along with the Diversity Award that the DCBA YLS takes home today from the Florida Bar, are meaningful recognitions of that work.”

About Stephanie Carman

Stephanie Carman's practice focuses on complex litigation and health care related matters. Carman regularly represents health care industry clients in federal and state investigations, regulatory and transactional matters, and civil actions.

Carman also serves on the Legal Services of Greater Miami Board of Directors, the Tufts University Alumni Council, and the American Diabetes Association Community Leadership Board.

Prior to and during law school, Carman interned for U.S. Senator Connie Mack, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, and the New York Stock Exchange, Division of Enforcement. She served as a judicial intern for The Honorable Donald L. Graham and The Honorable Ursula Ungaro of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

As DCBA YLS President, Carman oversaw the 1,300-member organization and its many programs promoting public service, professionalism, and diversity. Some of these include the new Homeless Outreach Committee, Judicial Outreach Committee, the Bar Passage Program, the Superlawyers mock trial program, the Boys and Girls Horizon Committees, the School Committee’s High School Mock Trial Competition, the Kids Club Committee, the new Veterans Committee and the new Law Week series of events.

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