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Amber Nunnally is a founding shareholder in the Tallahassee office of Lawson, Huck, Gonzalez. 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.
Amber is also an experienced litigation attorney, representing businesses and state agencies in state courts on high-stakes matters of law and public policy, particularly in the areas of constitutional and administrative law. In addition, Amber often advises clients of all sizes regarding Florida’s regulatory landscape with a specific focus on health care.
Prior to joining the Lawson Firm, Amber worked for five years at an AmLaw 200 law firm, where she had a robust appellate and litigation practice. She also served as a staff attorney to Justice Ricky Polston of the Florida Supreme Court and Judge Kent Wetherell of Florida’s First District Court of Appeal.
With more than 20 years of experience, Amber has worked in all three branches of Florida government, including the Executive Office of the Governor, the House of Representatives, and the Attorney General’s Office.