Bryant Miller Olive P.A. (BMO) is happy to announce that Nikki C. Day, B.C.S. has been awarded the 2022 Chair Service Award. The celebrated award is offered yearly by the Metropolis, County, and Native Authorities Regulation (CCLGL) Part of The Florida Bar. This award, certainly one of solely three awards given by the Part, honors one lawyer every year for his or her excellent service to the Part.
“In a Part stuffed with volunteers, this yr’s Chair Service Award recipient, Nikki Day, stands out as going above and past for the Part, volunteering to work on initiatives, coordinating and moderating CLEs, and presenting at webinars and conferences,” mentioned Amanda Coffey, CCLGL 2021-22 Part Chair. “Nikki approaches each mission with cheerful vitality, competence, and dedication that ensures she’ll accomplish her objectives. I’m proud to have the ability to work with this spectacular particular person and to name her a buddy.”
The CCLGL Part, which represents the pursuits of Florida’s native authorities attorneys and has roughly 1,700 members, capabilities as a car for attorneys who serve native governments. It helps them to construct networks, change concepts, proceed their authorized training, and advocate on points essential to them and their purchasers.
“It’s a nice honor to be acknowledged by my friends within the native authorities authorized group with this distinguished award,” acknowledged Day. “I’ve dedicated my total profession to representing Florida’s metropolis, county, and state governmental entities, and this award evokes me and my workforce to proceed this essential work.”
“Nikki is an excellent alternative for the 2022 Chair Service Award,” mentioned JoLinda Herring, Esq., BMO’s CEO and Managing Shareholder. “Nikki is all the time dedicated to breaking glass ceilings and being forward of the most recent traits and their impacts on native governments. She is a real chief in the neighborhood in addition to within the subject of Native Authorities legislation, and this award is a testomony to her laborious work.”
Day is a shareholder and apply group chief at BMO, the place she practices from BMO’s Tampa workplace. She is board-certified by The Florida Bar in Metropolis, County & Native Authorities Regulation and at present serves on the Metropolis County & Native Authorities Regulation Board Certification Committee and the Government Council for the CCLGL Part.
Day is normal counsel to the cities of Security Harbor, Dunedin, and Largo, and the Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority (PSTA). She additionally serves as particular counsel to different cities, counties, and native governments all through the state.
For extra details about Day, go to https://www.bmolaw.com/lawyer/nicole-c-nate.