Juliette Lippman is a partner at Birnbaum, Lippman, & Gregoire. With twenty one years of legal experience, she practices exclusively in the area of marital and family law and is a Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Law Mediator. She is AV® Preeminent rated by Martindale-Hubbell and recognized as one of the “Top Fifty Women Lawyers” across all practice areas by Florida Super Lawyers (2013), Florida Super Lawyers (2010-2014), and Florida’s Legal Elite (2011-2014). She received the Florida Bar Association, Family Law Chair’s Special Award of Merit presented in recognition of outstanding service, dedication and loyalty to the Family Law Section of the Florida Bar Association (2009-2010) and the Broward County Bar Association Joseph J. Carter Professionalism Award for exhibiting the highest degree of professionalism in terms of respect for the law and preservation of decorum and integrity of the legal system (2009).
Ms. Lippman is the author of “Uniform Interstate Family Support Act”, Florida Dissolution of Marriage, 12th edition; “Mediation”, Florida Dissolution of Marriage 9th-11th editions; “Lump Sum Alimony” Florida Dissolution of Marriage, 6th-8th editions, and “Appeals” Florida After Dissolution of Marriage, 9th-11th editions, published by the Florida Bar Association and distributed by Lexis/Nexis. She also lectures, including for the Broward County Family Law Section, the Greater Fort Lauderdale Tax Council, Inc. and the Family Law Litigation Workshop Series at Nova Southeastern University.
Ms. Lippman’s community work includes: Florida Bar Foundation Executive Committee (2014) and Designated Director (2010-present); Children’s Diagnostic and Treatment Center Vice-chairperson (2014) and board member (2006-present); 100 Women Who Care member (2013-present); The Stephen R. Booher American Inn of Court Board Member (2011-2014), Secretary (2008- 2010), and Treasurer (2006-2008); Florida Bar Association Statewide Advertising Grievance Committee Chair (2009-2010) and Designated Reviewer (2008-2009); Legal Aid Services of Broward County “For the Public Good” Co-Chair (2006, 2007 and 2009); Broward County Bar Association Family Law Section Chair (2005-2009); Unicorn Children’s Foundation board member (2005-2007); Florida Bar Association Grievance Committee “J”, Chair (2008-2009) and Member (2003-2006); Governor Jeb Bush Appointment to Statewide Council for Florida’s Independent Living Centers (1999-2002); and Governor Lawton Chiles Appointment to Childrens Medical Services Assistive Technology Funding Guidelines Work Group (1996-1997).
- Nova Southeastern University School of Law Juris Doctor, May 1993
- Leo Goodwin Scholarship Recipient
- The George Washington University Bachelor of Arts, May 1990
- The Florida Bar – 1993
- The United States District Court, Southern and Middle Districts of Florida 1994
- United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit,1994