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Amy Borman

Amy Borman
Adjunct Professor of Law


  • J.D., Georgetown University Law Center, 1992
  • B.A., University of Florida, 1988

Amy Borman is the Chief Legal Office and Chief Operating Officer (Courts and Official Records) at the Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller’s Office for Palm Beach County.  She oversees both the in-house legal department as well as the operations for the criminal, civil, family, juvenile, probate, guardianship and official records departments.  Ms. Borman initially joined the Clerk’s Office in August 2019 as the Director of Branch Court Services.  Prior to joining the Clerk’s Office, she was the General Counsel to the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit of Florida where she served as the attorney to the judiciary and oversaw the law clerk and summer judicial intern programs.

Ms. Borman served on The Florida Bar’s Rules of Judicial Administration Committee (including as chairperson), The Florida Bar’s Standing Committee on Professionalism, and the Florida Supreme Court’s Local Rules Advisory Committee. She has been actively involved with the Palm Beach County Bar Association, the Florida Association for Women Lawyers, and the American Inns of Court. She has been the recipient of the Palm Beach County Bar Association’s Sidney A. Stubbs Professionalism Award, the Florida Association for Women Lawyers’ (Palm Beach County Chapter) Justice Barbara Pariente Award for Advancing Women in the Legal Profession, and the Leader in the Law Award presented by the Florida Association for Women Lawyers.

Seeing a need for law students to learn the Rules of Judicial Administration – the rules of general applicability governing the practice of law – Ms. Borman created a curriculum which she now teaches at three different law schools. Ms. Borman also teaches a variety of law courses at the undergraduate level.

 Curriculum Vitae

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