AXS Law Group | Mamie Joeveer
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Mamie Joeveer

For Mamie, it’s very simple.  Accomplish the Mission. She walks the  journey with clients from start to finish. Mamie brings a creative, common-sense approach to litigation. She has a varied practiced, specializing in commercial litigation,health law, criminal, and media and entertainment litigation.

After receiving her undergraduate degree from the University of Memphis,  Tennessee, Mamie began her career as an officer in the United States Marine Corps, where she was a public affairs officer who achieved the rank of Captain. She was engaged in high-level assignments at the Pentagon in Kenya, and at the United Nations Mission in Haiti.  Mamie transitioned from the Marines and worked as a national journalist and contributor to the Miami Herald, where she covered business and entertainment. In addition to that, she produced a national television show series for NBCUniversal in New York, and was a contributor to Forbes magazine. Mamie also currently contributes to Diversity and The Bar Magazine, a publication produced by the National Minority Corporate Counsel Association.

In time, Mamie made the switch to a legal career.  She received her law degree from Florida International University College of Law where she was a member of the Trial team.  She began as an assistant public defender in Broward County, Florida, where she gained significant jury and bench trial experience. She then became an attorney in the Litigation, Arbitration and Employment Group at a large global law firm.  Mamie advised clients on many issues including Medicaid managed-care, contract disputes, and worked on trademark and corporate governance cases.    Mamie’s rich and diverse base of knowledge and experience has enhanced her legal practice. The media has also taken note of the particular perspective she can offer, and she’s often asked to appear as military and legal analyst on MSNBC.