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College of Law

Florida State University

 

Class of 2006

Congratulations to the following alumni on their accomplishments! You can submit a class note online.
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Robyn S. JacksonRobyn S. Jackson was selected as the chief compliance and ethics offer at FSU. She has served as FSU’s associate general counsel since 2011 and will start her new position on March 12, 2018. Posted 2.27.18






Melanie C. GriffinMelanie C. Griffin, of Dean Mead in Tampa, was recognized in the 2017 issue of Tampa Bay Metro's Inspiring Women in Business. She is the founder of Spread Your Sunshine, which empowers females to break the glass ceiling and achieve their dreams. Posted 2.5.18





Justin M. Keen was promoted to division chief of the Economic Crimes and Elder Services Unit of the Brevard County State Attorney's Office in 2016. He primarily prosecutes felonies involving exploitation and abuse of the elderly, and white-collar crimes. Posted 12.12.17

Jennifer L. Shelfer was promoted to partner in the Litigation Practice at Arnall Golden Gregory LLP in Atlanta, GA. She serves clients in business litigation, labor and employment advice and litigation, and white collar crime litigation. In addition, Jennifer and Seam Park ('05) had a second baby boy, Elliot Shelfer Park, in September 2015. Posted 12.6.17

Jennifer K. Little is now manager of attorney development at Haynes and Boone, LLP in their Dallas office. She previously served the global law firm Clifford Chance LLP in their London and Singapore offices for nine years. Posted 12.6.17

Adam L. Bantner, II has filed to run for Hillsborough County Court Judge, Group 2. He practices criminal and juvenile defense at The Bantner Firm in Tampa. Posted 10.13.17


Melanie C. GriffinMelanie C. Griffin, of Dean Mead in Tampa, was recognized in Florida Trend's 2017 Legal Elite and honored during the second annual presentation of The Inspire Awards on July 13. She also was inducted into the inaugural class of Notable Noles, where she was recognized for her extensive contributions to her community, profession and FSU. Additionally, Griffin was named the 2017 Woman of Promise by the Girl Scouts of West Central Florida. She will be a featured speaker at the 2017 Working Women State Conference in September. Posted 7.31.17



Joshua E. Doyle has been selected to serve as the next executive director of The Florida Bar. His transition will start in July. Doyle most recently served as a special agent for the FBI working in the bureau’s Tallahassee office. Posted 6.7.17

Shane G. Ramsey, a partner in Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP's Nashville office, has been named vice chair of the Bankruptcy and Financial Restructuring Practice Group. Posted 3.23.17

Megan M. Menagh is now the director of corporate counsel at LivaNova PLC in Houston, TX. Posted 2.20.17