Amber Nunnally Presents at Practicing Before DOAH 2024

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Amber Nunnally Presents at Practicing Before DOAH 2024

Amber S. Nunnally, a partner in Shutts & Bowen LLP’s Tallahassee office, recently presented at The Florida Bar Administrative Law Section’s “Practicing Before DOAH 2024,” on June 28, 2024.

During the event, Amber presented on a panel for post-hearing practice and discussed administrative appeals. The section discussed writing a winning proposed recommended order, filing of exceptions, how an agency prepares a final order, considerations of whether to take an appeal, and what actions to take if an appeal is pursued.

The CLE event was held at FSU College of Law for lawyers who practice administrative law and regularly appear before the Division of Administrative Hearings. The Administrative Law Section of The Florida Bar provides a forum for the improvement and development of the fields of administrative law and procedure and agency practice. The Section provides opportunities for continuing education for members, professional growth, publishing, and leadership, as well as awards for outstanding service. For more information, click here.

About Amber S. Nunnally

Amber S. Nunnally is a partner in the Tallahassee office of Shutts & Bowen LLP, where she is a member of the Appellate Practice Group. She is experienced in all aspects of appellate advocacy and procedure, and routinely prepares briefs on merits and jurisdiction, amicus briefs, and briefs for extraordinary writs in original proceedings. She also provides appellate support during trial and pretrial activities, assisting in development and presentation of legal arguments, record development, and identification and preservation of error.

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