Ms. Frieder channels years of expertise into her current role as an attorney with Frank Charles Miranda
TAMPA, FL, July 08, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ — Lauren Frieder has been included in Marquis Who’s Who. As in all Marquis Who’s Who biographical volumes, individuals profiled are selected on the basis of current reference value. Factors such as position, noteworthy accomplishments, visibility, and prominence in a field are all taken into account during the selection process.
Throughout her youth, Ms. Frieder was frequently bullied, which is what inspired her to become someone that stands up for others. Driven by that desire, she excels as a trial attorney for Frank Charles Miranda. Since joining the firm in 2016, she has represented clients in a variety of areas, including business litigation, real estate law and personal injury matters, maintaining up to 80 active cases at a time. A seasoned attorney, Ms. Frieder previously worked for MattLaw as an attorney and a member of the civil litigation team, specializing in personal injury law, elder law, bad faith cases and negligence matters, among others.
Earlier in her career, Ms. Frieder gained valuable expertise as an instructor for the Florida Bar Exam Distinction Course at Western Michigan University’s Cooley School of Law, for which she also served as a research and teaching assistant for appellate advocacy. During the 2000s, she honed her knowledge in marketing and business as a marketing associate for Wells Fargo, the co-owner of Paris’s Café, and an account executive for the new sales division at CBS. Ms. Frieder began her career as a marketing and promotions intern for Clear Channel Outdoor Global.
Before her inaugural professional position, Ms. Frieder earned a Bachelor of Science in psychology from Ohio Northern University in 2003. She subsequently obtained a professional degree in broadcasting from the Ohio Center for Broadcasting in 2005 and both a Master of Business Administration and aMaster of Science in marketing from the University of Tampa in 2010. More recently, Ms. Frieder graduated with a Doctor of Jurisprudence from Western Michigan University’s Thomas M. Cooley School of Law in 2015.
In order to remain aware of changes in the field, Ms. Frieder is affiliated with the Hillsborough County Bar Association, the Florida Bar, the American Bar Association, the Florida Justice Association, and the Tampa Bay Trial Lawyers Association. She is additionally licensed to practice law before the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit. Likewise, Ms. Frieder contributes to her community through the American Heart Association, Wounded Warrior Project, Ronald McDonald House Charities and the Humane Society of Pinellas.
In light of her outstanding achievements, Ms. Frieder has been recognized numerous times, accruing the Dux Award and numerous Book Awards for Scholarly Writing and Personal & Professional Responsibility while in law school, the Tampa Real Estate Litigator of the Year Award through Legal Elite in 2017 and the Most Outstanding in Civil Litigation in Tampa Bay Award in 2018. She was additionally honored as the Leading Personal Injury Litigation Attorney of the Year in 2019. Additionally, her law school thesis on the “Ambiguity of Florida’s Medical Marijuana Bill” was published in four medical and law journals and was cited among the top 10 most downloaded papers through the Social Science Research Network. In the near future, Ms. Frieder aims to be a partner at Frank Charles Miranda.
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LSF collects enough shoes for foster children for the next 15 months
Largo, FL, June 6, 2018 – During the month of May Lutheran Services Florida (LSF) partnered with 25 community organizations to host a shoe drive, Step for Success. Every pair of shoes were donated to Eckerd Connects Raising Hope, a store-front like room filled with necessitates for foster kids.
The goal was to collect 1,000 new pairs of shoes to represent the number of kids LSF serves through this program. With the help of the community, LSF surpassed that goal and collected 1,250 pairs of shoes, which will help outfit kids in care for the next 15 months.
“Kids in care who have lived through some of the most traumatic situations deserve this level of community support and engagement,” Heather King, Executive Program Director for LSF said. “Every day many of these organizations that participated work together to provide stability and care for foster kids, but this campaign has brought us together in new and exciting ways. I promise to continue championing drives that bring out Tampa Bay’s most compassionate people to help deliver daily life essentials to our foster kids.”
Trevon spoke out about the love and support he felt after receiving a brand-new pair of Nike’s Air Jordan from the shoe drive.
“The outpour of community support for this shoe drive shows Tampa Bay people care about kids like me in foster care,” Trevon, a 13-year old foster youth from Pinellas County said.
The generosity from Tampa Bay was overwhelming as local businesses like Kookie Krumbs in Dunedin were trading cookies for shoes! Anyone who brought in a pair of shoes received a half dozen cookies. The Tampa law firm of Frank Charles Miranda Trial Attorneys gave a $500 donation, which bought 25 name brand sneakers for teenage boys from the local Nike outlet!
Local churches also joined the cause. Heritage United Methodist Church hosted a barefoot Sunday service where parishioners attended church that day with a new pair of shoes for the drive. Others directly involved in the system like the Florida Department of Children and Families in Pinellas/Pasco collected an unbelievable 132 pairs of shoes.
During a celebration party today, all the shoes collected were carried by community partners to Eckerd’s Rooms of Hope which are set up like small stores and are filled with fresh clothing, pajamas, shoes, hygiene items, diapers, school supplies and other necessities. The kids come in and are able to “no-cost shop” for the items they not only need, but deserve.
Terri Durdaller, LSF Associate VP of Communications
About Lutheran Services Florida: (LSF) is a non-profit organization transforming lives by ensuring safe children, strong families and vibrant communities. Founded in 1982, LSF currently touches the lives of 1 in 50 Floridians every year through various programs, including early education, youth shelters, foster care, refugee and resettlement services, substance abuse mental health services, and adult guardianship. Headquartered in Tampa, Florida, LSF has more than 60 programs throughout Florida and approximately 1,200 dedicated employees.