MEYER, BROOKS, DEMMA
AND BLOHM, P.A.
Gadsden Street | P.O. Box 1547 (32302)
| Tallahassee, Florida 32301
phone: 850.878.5212 | fax: 850.656.6750
Anthony D. Demma (retired)
FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF LAW
Juris Doctorate with High Honors - 1992
FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY
Bachelor of Arts, Cum Laude - 1976
The Florida Bar, since 1992
United States Courts of Appeal for the Eleventh Circuit
United States District Courts for Northern, Middle and Southern
Districts of Florida
Tony retired from practice with the firm in December 2018.
Tony joined the firm in 1993, specializing in labor and
employment law, primarily representing education employees and labor
organizations in a broad spectrum of state and federal trial,
appellate and administrative cases.
Tony’s prior experience includes working in the Florida Office of
Disability Determination, Tallahassee, Florida as a Medical Disability
Examiner responsible for a caseload of Social Security Disability
benefit claims. He also
worked with the Florida Division of Retirement as a Benefit
Prior to that, Tony was a classroom teacher working with 6th
and 7th grade Social Studies students at Fairview Middle
School in Tallahassee, Florida and teaching Social Studies in Pasco County,
APPOINTMENTS AND BAR MEMBERSHIPS:
Member, Education Law Committee, The Florida Bar
Member, Labor and Employment Law Section, The Florida Bar
Author –“ Educational Accountability in Florida: Meaningful
Reform or Marginal Tinkering?”
FSU Law Review Vol. 19, Number 4, Spring 1992
- FSU College of Law (1996-1997)
Appellate Argument Judge - FSU College of Law Legal
Writing Program (2000 and 2001)
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