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NADIA B. AHMAD

EDUCATION:

University of Florida Levin College of Law, Gainesville, Florida J.D., December 2005 ACTIVITIES: Florida Journal of International Law, Assistant Editor-in-Chief, 2004-2005 Asian and Pacific American Law Student Association, Secretary, 2004-2005 HONORS: ABA Law Student Division, Certificate of Appreciation, April 2004 Virgil Hawkins Fellowship, Summer 2002

University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, California B.A. with High Honors in Comparative Literature (English and Latin), August 2000 ACTIVITIES: American Classical Society, Member, 2001-2004 Society of Professional Journalists, Member, 1999-2002 The Daily Californian, Contributing Writer, 1998-2000 HONORS: Golden Key National Honor Society, 1999-2000 NEWSWEEK National Essay Contest winner, 1998 Barbara L. Frye Journalism Scholarship from the Florida Press Center, 1998, 1999, 2000

Trinity Preparatory School, Winter Park, Florida, Graduated May 1998 ACTIVITIES: The Trinity Voice, Editor-in-Chief

LANGUAGES: Conversant in Urdu, Hindi and Punjabi; Proficient in Arabic

ADMITTED:

The Florida Bar, U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida, 2006 U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Florida, 2008

EXPERIENCE:

Samuel A. Mutch, P.A. Attorney

Prepared pleadings and represented clients in employment, family, and other civil matters.

Gainesville, Florida October 2007 to present

Child Protection Team

Orlando, Florida

Legal Extern

Summer 2005

Prepared expert witnesses and case coordinators for depositions and trials about child abuse and neglect.

Samuel A. Mutch, P.A.

Gainesville, Florida

Law Clerk

Spring 2005

Performed legal research and wrote memorandums and an appellate brief about a complex purchase-sale dispute.

Internal Revenue Service

Gainesville, Florida

Tax Preparer for Volunteer Income Tax Assistance

Spring 2004

Aided low-income and economically disadvantaged individuals file electronic and paper income tax returns.

MEMBER:

The Florida Bar’s Standing Committee on Media & Communications Law, 2007-2009

The Florida Bar’s Standing Committee on Student Education and Admissions to the Bar, 2006-2007

OTHER ACTIVITIES:

Junior Editor for the American Bar Association’s TIPS Insurance Coverage and Litigation Committee,

2007

Planning Committee for the Fourth Annual Diversity Symposium, sponsored by the Equal Opportunities

Law Section of The Florida Bar, held at the Florida International College of Law on April 12-13, 2007 Served as a judge in the statewide high school moot court competition, “We the People: The Citizen and

the Constitution,” a project of the Center for Civic Education that is funded by the U.S. Department of Education, held at the Rosen College of Hospitality Management on January 12, 2007 Florida Bar Certified Diversity Trainer for CLE, “Successful Lawyering in a Diverse Society”

Florida Bar Certified in Justice Teaching by Florida Supreme Court Chief Justice Fred Lewis in Bartow, Florida, on December 20, 2006