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Amber McMichael, Esquire

Assistant Trainer

  • Florida Supreme Court Certified Circuit Civil Mediator

  • Florida Supreme Court Certified County Mediator

  • Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Mediator

  • Federal Mediator - Southern District of Florida

  • DRC Supreme Court of Florida Circuit Mediation Assistant Trainer

  • Mediator # 23082 FRA

  • Florida Bar – Admitted 2004 - FBN # 751901


  • Nova Southeastern University, Masters of International Business Administration – 2005

  • Nova Southeastern University, (JD) - 2004

  • East Carolina University, (BS) Criminal Justice - 2000


Amber lives in South Florida and has been a practicing attorney since 2004 and a certified mediator since 2008. She is a certified Circuit Civil, Family, and County Mediator and mediates Federal cases. She started her mediation career with Matrix Mediation LLC in 2009 and is still mediating with Matrix in a full-time capacity since 2016. She mediates in the areas of Commercial Litigation, Contract-Debt, Insurance Claims – 1st and 3rd Party, Personal Injury, Real Estate matters, Probate, Association Matters – Condominium and Homeowners, Breach of Warranty, and Magnuson-Moss Act cases. Amber is admitted to practice in Florida and the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida. She is a graduate of East Carolina University and Nova Southeastern University – Shepard Broad Law Center. She also holds a Masters of International Business Administration from Nova Southeastern University. She is a past member of the Palm Beach County Bar Association where she Chaired the ADR Committee for four years and a past member of FAWL – The Palm Beach County Chapter, where she Chaired the Mentoring Lunch Committee, the Working Parents Committee, and the Community Service Committee. 


Amber has a passion for mediating because she enjoys bringing parties together to resolve their issues and conflict. Growing up she was always referred to as “the peacemaker”. It only seemed fitting that mediation would be a calling for her. She is multifaceted in her approach to mediation which allows her to effectively mediate a wide range of cases with competing personalities.

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