Before she ever cracked a law book or entered a courtroom, Jamie Marcario experienced what it was like to try to make it on her own as a creative entrepreneur. While things didn’t go exactly as planned, Jamie learned many tough business lessons which she subsequently applied to later thrive as a successful, small business owner. Her interest in business persisted, leading her to some of the world’s largest and most respected companies, where Jamie spent 20 years in corporate sales, marketing and leadership. Her fascination for the inner workings of businesses, both big and small, and helping to make a positive impact on them was born. Now, on to those law books…
While attending Stetson University College of Law on a full merit scholarship, Jamie maintained a full-time corporate job, interned for two federal judges, clerked for an outstanding local lawyer who concentrated on first-amendment issues, and served as the executive editor of the Stetson Law Review. After graduating Magna Cum Laude, she worked as a judicial clerk for the Honorable Judge Chris W. Altenbernd at Florida’s Second District Court of Appeal. The application of law to the business world shifted into high gear when she went on to serve as a commercial litigator at a regional firm, representing clients in highly regulated industries including healthcare, and ultimately joined the labor and employment practice of an AM Law 100 firm. In 2016, Jamie launched her own firm, Thrive Law, to fulfill her mission: make top-tier legal services accessible to Florida entrepreneurs by offering an alternate-fee model that truly helps them launch, grow, and protect their businesses and big ideas.
|FL||Member in Good Standing||2011||08/04/2021|
|Stetson University College of Law||N/A||2010|
|University of Florida||B.A.,||N/A|
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Thu Dec 21 2017
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