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Donna Marie Ballman, American Lawyer. Bar: Florida 1986, United States District Court (southern and middle districts) Florida; certified mediator. Paul B. Anton scholar U. Miami School Law, 1985-1986, Florida Association Women Lawyers scholar, 1985.


Ballman, Donna Marie was born on July 23, 1959 in Mansfield, Ohio, United States. Daughter of Earl J. and Florine (Hansel) Ballman.


Wellesley College (Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude, 1981). University of Miami (Juris Doctor, cum laude, 1986).


Worked at Donna M. Ballman, P.A. (Miami, Florida) specializing in Employment Litigation, Employment Discrimination, Commercial Litigation, Elections/Candidates/Pacs, Voting Rights. Admitted to the bar, 1986, Florida. 1987, United States. District Court, Southern District of Florida.

1989, United States. District Court, Middle District of Florida. Listed in: Who's Who in American Law. Named, "Woman of Distinction" by Grand Jury Association of Florida, 1995.

Author: "Election Law" Miami Herald Almanac of Florida Politics, 1993. "New Guidelines on Hiring Under Disabilities Act," August 29, 1994, Miami Daily Business Review. Councilwoman, Dade County Community Council Two, 1997—.

Member: The Florida Bar (Member, Judicial Evaluation Committee, 1993—). Grand Jury Association (Board Member, 1993—). Florida Association for Women Lawyers (Board Member 1992-1995).

American Arbitration Association. Leading Florida Attorneys.


Member American Bar Association, American Judicature Society, Association Trial Lawyers American, American Arbitration Association, National Council Jewish Women (life), National Association Women's Business Owner's (member board directors, co-chair government affairs committee 1991-1992), Florida Bar, Florida Association for Women Lawyers (member board directors 1992-1995, chair legislation committee 1991-1992, chair gender bias committee 1992-1995), Grand Jury Association Florida (Women of Distinction award 1995), Dade County Bar Association (senior citizenshandbook committee, young lawyers section 1988, volunteer lawyers 1988-1989), Downtown Business and Professional Women (Woman of Year award 1991-1992, 1st vice president 1992-1994), Omicron Delta Kappa.