Amelia M. Ulmer
Amelia M. Ulmer is an associate with Garganese, Weiss, D’Agresta, & Salzman, P.A. Ms. Ulmer practices primarily in the areas of land use and local government law. Ms. Ulmer is licensed to practice law in Florida.
Ms. Ulmer is originally from Jacksonville, Florida. She attended the University of Florida and graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Wildlife Ecology & Conservation and a minor in Communication Studies. Following her undergraduate education, Ms. Ulmer attended the Florida State University College of Law. While in law school, Ms. Ulmer served as an editor on the Florida State University Law Review, an editor on the Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law, the vice president of the Florida State University Environmental Law Society, and a cabinet member on the Dean’s Committee on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Ms. Ulmer graduated from law school in 2021 with her Juris Doctorate degree as well as a Certificate of Concentration in Land Use and Environmental Law, with honors. Ms. Ulmer began her legal career as a Staff Attorney with the Ninth Judicial Circuit Court of Florida before moving to her current position.
Ms. Ulmer is a published author in the legal field and a published co-author in the field of conservation genetics. When she is not in the office, Ms. Ulmer enjoys gardening, traveling, and collecting vinyl records.
- Land Use and Zoning Law
- County and Local Government Law