Board Member Profile: Juliette Lippman, Esq.
Juliette Lippman joined the Board of Directors of Legal Aid Service of Broward County (LAS) in January 2022. In addition to Ms. Lippman’s remarkable career as an attorney, some other highlights include serving as president of the Florida Bar Foundation from 2018 to 2019 and most recently serving as the Event Chair for the annual Bridge to Justice breakfast fundraiser for Legal Aid programs in Broward County.
Juliette is a Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Law Mediator and is passionate about her work as a marital and family law attorney. In 2020, Ms. Lippman was named Mediator of the Year by Florida Trend’s Legal Elite. In 2021, Juliette was honored by the 17th Judicial Circuit, Broward County Bar Association & Broward County Women Lawyers Association during International Women’s Day, as one of Broward’s Top Women Leaders. She is now a Florida Bar Foundation Trustee.
Community work has been a major focus in Ms. Lippman’s extensive career in law. Serving at Legal Aid Service of Broward County is one of many hats Juliette wears. She was LAS’s “For the Public Good” Co-Chair in 2006, 2007, and 2009. Juliette’s other community work includes serving on the board of Florida Bar Foundation since 2010, working with the Children’s Diagnostic and Treatment Center as chairperson since 2014, and as a board member since 2006. She has also served in Nova Southeastern University’s Florida Law Leadership Council since 2021 and as a 100 Women Who Care member from 2013 to 2016.
Juliette received the Broward Education Foundation’s Community Achievement Award in 2019, Broward County Women’s Hall of Fame in 2018, and the Florida Bar Association Family Law Chair’s Special Award of Merit, which honors outstanding service, and dedication to the Family Law Section of the Florida Bar Association.
Ms. Lippman is a renowned author in her field. She wrote the Florida Bar Foundation’s “Strategic Reset: Investing in the Future of Access to Justice and the Rule of Law,” published by Nova Southeastern University’s Law Review in 2019. She also authored “Uniform Interstate Family Support Act”, Florida Dissolution of Marriage (12th–14th editions,) and “Appeals” Florida After Dissolution of Marriage (9th-11th editions,) published by Florida Bar Association and distributed by Lexis/Nexis, among other publications.
Juliette’s works include lecturing for the Broward County Family Law Section, and the Family Law Litigation Workshop Series at Nova Southeastern University. Ms. Lippman earned her Juris Doctor Degree at Nova Southeastern University School of Law and her Bachelor of Arts at George Washington University. She was a recipient of the Leo Goodwin Scholarship. Ms. Lippman’s admissions include the Florida Bar, The United States District Court, Southern and Middle Districts of Florida, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit.