Jeremy Apisdorf, ESQ.

Jeremy Apisdorf received his Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) degree in Political Science from the University of Miami. Prior to attending law school, Jeremy worked as an intern with the Miami-Dade County Public Defender’s Office. For approximately a year, Jeremy worked within the Early Representation Unit conducting incarcerated client interviews immediately following bond hearings to help indigent clients to attempt to get pretrial release through various diversion programs.

Jeremy received his Juris Doctoral degree from the Shepard Broad Law Center at Nova Southeastern University, in Fort Lauderdale Florida. While in law school, Jeremy was an active member of the Public Interest Law Society and graduated with honors for providing extensive Pro Bono hours to local charities.

Upon graduation, Jeremy went to work as an Assistant State Attorney for the Broward County State Attorney’s Office. Over the next 7 years as a prosecutor he tried well in excess of 300 bench and jury trials ranging from traffic offenses to 1st degree felony crimes with maximum penalties of life in prison. Jeremy spent the last five years he worked as a prosecutor in the Domestic Violence Unit where he sought daily to protect the rights of victims of domestic violence.

Jeremy has spent the last 8 years handling general civil litigation matters ranging from insurance defense to foreclosure prosecutions for many of the largest banks and loan servicers. He now focuses his practice on defending the rights of those clients who are being foreclosed upon.

Education

  • Undergrad: University of Miami
  • Law School: Nova Southeastern University

Court Admissions

  • The State Courts of Florida
  • United States Federal Court for the Southern District of Florida