(Southwest Florida) Icard Merrill is pleased to congratulate attorney Alyssa M. Nohren on being named Volunteer of the Year by the Conservation Foundation of the Gulf Coast. Ms. Nohren was honored for her contribution of more than 100 hours of philanthropic legal support to ensure the permanent protection of Triangle Ranch, 1,143-acre working cattle ranch in Manatee County with a rich diversity of native plants and animals. The Conservation Foundation is a regional non-profit organization that works to protect eco-sensitive lands, waterways and wildlife.
A shareholder of Icard Merrill since 2006, Ms. Nohren practices real estate law with an emphasis on real estate transactions, manufactured and mobile home law, and real estate litigation. She is a graduate of University of Florida and Suffolk University Law School. She is a past president of the Sarasota County Bar Association and a current board member of PACE Center Girls/Manatee County. Ms. Nohren has received numerous professional recognitions, including multiple awards from Florida Super Lawyers Magazine, and she is AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell®
Photo: Pictured L to R are: Conservation Foundation President Christine Johnson, Board Chair Eileen Scudder-Zimmermann, and Conservation Volunteer of the Year Alyssa M. Nohren
About Icard Merrill
Icard, Merrill, Cullis, Timm, Furen & Ginsburg, P.A., was founded in 1953 in Sarasota. The firm has since grown and expanded along with Southwest Florida and now has offices in Bradenton, Port Charlotte and Fort Myers, as well as its Sarasota location across Main Street from the historic Sarasota County Courthouse. Icard Merrill is a full-service law firm offering business, commercial and construction litigation, employment law, personal injury, real estate, land use, family law, probate, tax and estate planning services. For more information about Icard Merrill, call (941) 366-8100 or visit icardmerrill.com.
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