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Enrique Zamora

Adjunct Professor of Law

B.S., University of Florida, 1971
M.B.A., Florida International University, 1975
M.S.M., Florida International University, 1981
J.D., University of Miami School of Law, 1985

Enrique Zamora is a partner with the firm of Zamora & Hillman with offices in Miami, Florida. Mr. Zamora’s practice includes the areas of probate administration, probate litigation, guardianship, estate planning and elder law. He is also a certified civil mediator. He is the chair of the Guardianship Committee of the Elder Law Section of the Florida Bar and member of the Guardianship Task Force where he represents the Elder Law Section. Mr. Zamora is an adjunct professor at St. Thomas University School of Law where he teaches Elder Law. He is the past chair of the Probate and Guardianship Committee of Dade County Bar Association, where he also served as vice-chair and secretary. Mr. Zamora has served as general counsel and director of the South Florida Guardianship Association for the last three years and is currently president of the Association. Mr. Zamora has acted as General Master, Guardian Advocate, and Special Public Defender in Baker Act proceedings for the last six years. Mr. Zamora was the recipient of the 2000 Put Something Back Pro Bono Award presented by the Dade County Bar Association, and he also received the Leo Plotkin Outstanding Legal Service Award in 1999 from the Association for Retarded Citizens, South Florida.