Ramsey Revell is an associate practicing in the areas of administrative law, automotive liability, commercial and tort litigation, construction defect litigation, medical malpractice defense and premises liability. Ramsey has served as deputy chief administrative prosecuting attorney before the Construction Industry Licensing Board (CILB), handling depositions, hearings, settlement negotiations, and disciplinary proceedings. She has litigated cases before the Division of Administrative Hearings (DOAH) and is experienced in handling appellate matters before the First District Court of Appeal.
Ramsey obtained her Bachelor of Science and Juris Doctorate degrees from Florida State University. Following graduation from the Florida State University College of Law, she worked for several years with the Department of Business and Professional Regulation as Assistant General Counsel. Prior to attending law school, she worked as a probation officer. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and dog. She also is a professional photographer and finds time to volunteer in Jefferson County.
Ramsey is admitted to practice in all Florida state courts. She is a member of the Florida Defense Lawyers Association (“FDLA”), Defense Research Institute (“DRI”), Tallahassee Bar Association and Jefferson County Bar Association.