Thank you for taking the time to visit and learn about Mark Blumstein, your candidate for a seat on the Miami-Dade County Circuit Court in August 2016.
After working a few years in the private retail and banking sectors, Mark furthered his education by achieving his Juris Doctorate Magna Cum Laude from Nova Southeastern University where he earned the book award in Trial Advocacy. While in law school, Mark accepted a Commission from the United States Navy and, upon graduation, commenced his legal practice as an attorney in the United States Navy, Judge Advocate General’s Corps, where he has served for almost twenty years both on active duty and with the reserves. He has criminal, civil, family, probate and international law experience that will serve him well as our Judge.
Before becoming a Judicial Candidate, Mark completed a 2015 combat tour as a Staff Judge Advocate with the United States Navy at Camp Lemonnier in the Republic of Djibouti, Africa. Before that deployment, Mark owned and operated his own law firm with a private practice focused on contract, torts and commercial disputes pending before state and federal courts in and out of Florida, representing individuals as well as local, national, and international corporations.
Mark is committed to SERVICE, which is why he wants to now serve as our Judge. He will honorably serve as our Judge just as he has honorably served our nation, our community and his family, including his wife Dalia of almost 20 years and their three children, who attend Miami-Dade County Public Schools. He understands the meaning of Honor, Courage and Commitment as a proud Officer in the U.S. Navy, and will listen, respect and follow the law as our Judge.
Please look for MARK at one of the events for his campaign or around our Miami-Dade County community. Your support is appreciated.
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Mark Blumstein Campaign Account
c/o Treasurer Regino Rodriguez, CPA
HLB Gravier, LLP
396 Alhambra Circle, 9th Floor, Coral Gables, FL 33134
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