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Amy Brigham Boulris, a shareholder in Gunster’s Miami office, was recently profiled in the Daily Business Review. The profile ran in the publication’s Profiles in Law section on Oct. 20.

Gunster attorney Amy Brigham BoulrisThe daughter and granddaughter of eminent domain lawyers, Boulris grew up in Miami and, upon graduation from the University of Miami law school, she worked for decades at Brigham Moore, a boutique firm co-founded by her father, Toby Prince Brigham.

She joined Gunster in 2012.

Cases involving how the government is allowed to regulate land are among her favorites, she tells the DBR.

Read the profile and find out more about the types of groundbreaking cases Boulris has worked on: Following family’s footsteps led Boulris to property rights litigation (Daily Business Review, 10/20/16).

Boulris is a member of Gunster’s appellate, eminent domain & property rights, and environmental & land use law practice teams. Clients and colleagues call upon her when faced with complex issues in the constitutional property rights and land use fields, and she has been a frequent presenter in national forums on the subject.

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