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Professional Associations

American Bar Association

  • Labor & Employment Section
  • Young Lawyers' Division

Florida Bar Association

  • Labor & Employment Section (Publications Subcommittee)
  • Young Lawyers' Division

Hillsborough County Bar Association (HCBA)

  • Labor & Employment Section
  • Young Lawyers' Division (Professionalsim and Ethics Committee)

HCBA Leadership Institute

Emerge Tampa Bay - Interact Committee


I enjoy providing employers with strategic advice to resolve workplace issues.  When litigation does arise, I defend employers in all areas of labor and employment law.

Currently, I am an associate with Robin Greiwe Midulla, P.A.  I started with the firm as a law clerk.  My practice focuses on areas including: employment discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wage and hour violations, handbook/policy formation, unemployment compensation, OSHA, and affirmative action/OFCCP compliance.

I am a member of the Labor & Employment Sections and Young Lawyers' Divisions of the American Bar Association, Florida Bar Association, and Hillsborough County Bar Association. I have contributed content to the Case Notes section of The Checkoff, which is published by the Florida Bar's Labor & Employment Section.


Attorney at Law

  • The Florida Bar
  • Middle District of Florida

Advanced Legal Research

  • Westlaw
  • LexisNexis

Work experience

Jul 2006Present

Associate Attorney

Robin G. Midulla, P.A. (Of Counsel to Constangy, Brooks & Smith)

Associate Attorney: 04/2009 - Present

Law Clerk: 07/2006 - 03/2009

  • Draft position statements in response to EEOC, FCHR, OSHA, and other discrimination complaints.
  • Draft motions, pleadings, discovery, client advice letters, and memoranda.
  • Develop affirmative action plans & wage compensation analyses for large employers.
  • Represent clients during mediations.
  • Attend depositions and hearings.
  • Conduct extensive legal research.
  • Counsel employers regarding best practices and how to handle difficult employee issues.
  • Revise handbooks, policies, and procedures.
Jun 2005Jul 2005

Summer Intern

Congressman Vic Snyder
  • Attended various hearings conducted by Senate and House of Representatives committees and prepared reports for the Congressman and legislative staff.
  • Researched legal topics including veterans' benefits; briefed Congressman on important issues.
  • Drafted responses to letters submitted by constituents and conducted Capitol tours.
May 2004Jun 2004

Summer Intern

Senator Blanche Lincoln
  • Assisted legislative assistants with research in areas such as class action reform.
  • Drafted responses to letters submitted by constituents and conducted Capitol tours.
  • Shadowed Senator, attended hearings, and observed Senate votes.




Stetson University College of Law
  • Rank: 24/78; GPA: 3.16; Honor Roll
  • Relevant courses: Labor Law, Corporations, Employment Law, Employment Discrimination, Workers' Compensation, Advanced Legal Research, Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Advanced legal research certifications for Westlaw and LexisNexis
  • BAR/BRI Course Administrator for Tampa's Winter 2009 Bar Review Course
  • Phi Delta Phi, International Legal Honors Fraternity; ABA Law Student Division Member
  • Pro bono work for Hillsborough County Guardian ad Litem; Friends of the Strays Volunteer; Witness for student trial competitions


Florida State University
  • Graduate with honors, cum laude; GPA: 3.69; Dean's List
  • 21st Century Scholarship Recipient; Phi Beta Kappa; National Society of Collegiate Scholars; Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society
  • Children's Miracle Network Volunteer; Leon County Humane Society Volunteer; Gamma Phi Beta Social Chairwoman
  • Language courses: French (Advanced); Arabic (Intermediate); Spanish (Beginner)