Senior Paralegal, Blue Line Law Firm
Amy Fiorenza brings with her an extensive and diverse background in the legal field, demonstrating a commitment to excellence and a keen understanding of various legal procedures and dynamics.
From 1995 to 2007, Amy served in the Clerk of Courts. She began her journey in the file room and subsequently progressed through roles such as Court Clerk and Jury Clerk. Eventually, her dedication saw her transfer to the traffic and criminal department, where she took on the responsibilities of a supervisor as the Lead Clerk in the Criminal Division.
Between 2007 and 2012, Amy worked closely with P.A. Samuel Bookhardt III, serving as his paralegal. Here, she predominantly dealt with criminal cases, forfeitures, police misconduct, and personal injury matters.
Amy’s dedication to serving the community led her to the Cocoa Police Department’s Records Division from 2012 to 2015. In this role, she managed communications, tracked files, created reports, and processed correspondence with precision. Adept at handling conflicts, Amy excelled in streamlining workflows, promoting efficient file management, and improving turnaround times.
Amy further expanded her legal expertise between 2016 and 2019 as a Paralegal for Criminal Defense Attorney Michael Kelley, where she dealt extensively with JACS, expungements, and various legal motions.
In 2019, Amy joined the Volusia County Attorney Office as a Paralegal. Her meticulous attention to detail ensured adherence to privacy laws, preventing potential information breaches and safeguarding client data. She also played a pivotal role in resource management, ensuring that comprehensive materials were available to all firm lawyers.
From 2020 to 2022, Amy’s compassionate side shone as she served as a Domestic Violence Paralegal for three attorneys. Focused on assisting victims, she was instrumental in helping with injunctions and connecting victims to essential social services. Her role saw her work closely with social workers, helping them to develop programs and services tailored to individuals grappling with domestic violence concerns. This role also fostered collaboration with Law Enforcement, as she provided invaluable feedback and recommendations to enhance program operations.
In 2022, Amy embarked on a new challenge, serving as a Civil Litigation Paralegal for Cobb Cole. With a wealth of experience and a drive to serve, Amy Fiorenza remains a paragon of dedication, expertise, and compassion in the legal profession.