April R. Martindale, M.B.A., J.D., Esquire is the Principal owner of Martindale Law, a law firm located in Tamarac, Florida where she focuses on Intellectual Property, Entertainment Law, Business Law and Contracts. Ms. Martindale is licensed to practice law throughout the State of Florida and the federal court in the Southern District of Florida.
Ms. Martindale earned an undergraduate from Florida Metropolitan University, where she graduated magna cum laude in Paralegal Studies. In recognition for her efforts, April was on the Dean’s List or President’s List every semester throughout college. April earned a Masters of Business Administration in Management from Strayer University where she graduated summa cum laude, and was inducted into Golden Key International Honor Society, and Alpha Chi National College Honor Society in a period of 11 months. April subsequently earned her law degree from Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law and was chosen by her peers and professors as the December 2015 Graduate Reception Speaker. Throughout law school, April served as treasurer for the Evening Law Student Association and participated in educating 1L’s and 2L’s about the pitfalls to avoid in law school and the tools necessary to succeed.
April is a current member of the Stephen R. Booher American Inn of Court, Broward County Bar Association, American Bar Association, Florida Association of Women Lawyers, and Caribbean Bar Association. In addition to practicing law, April is also a co-founder and managing member and director of a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, New York Wins, Incorporated, headquartered in the city where she was born and raised. New York Wins, Inc. is designed to provide charitable and educational resources that train the mindset of the younger generation to engage with purpose, organize with passion, and contribute to the well-being of their communities, while learning the prerequisites of becoming socially responsible and progressive citizens.
In March 2018, Ms. Martindale appeared as a guest lecturer at Georgia State University's Alpharetta Campus where she taught students about the intersection of law and mental health. She strives to educate the youth and society on the issues affecting the world and what steps we as individuals and businesses can take to promote positive and effective change.Most recently, in August 2018, April participated as a panel speaker alongside the Honorable Judge Robert Diaz at the Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law introduction to legal Professionalism and Ethics Program (PEP) where she gave practical advice and words of wisdom to incoming law students about the concepts of professionalism and professional identity; focusing on the need for law students and lawyers to go beyond merely following the rules.
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