Heidi A. Hillyer, Esquire

Heidi A. Hillyer, Esq., is an attorney and founder of the law firm Heidi A. Hillyer, P.A. located in Winter Springs, Florida. She has dedicated her law practice to representing plaintiffs in personal injury claims. She has successfully represented numerous clients in civil and criminal cases including:

      • Automobile Accidents
      • Breach of Contract
      • Civil Theft
      • Clemency, Pardons, and Restoration of Civil Rights
      • Dog Bites
      • Landlord/Tenant
      • Negligent Security
      • Post-conviction Relief
      • Premises Liability
      • Sealing and Expunging Criminal Records
      • Slip/Trip & Fall Accidents
      • Tortious Interference with a Business Relationship
      • Traffic Violations
      • Unclaimed Property Claims

Education:

Heidi is a graduate of Barry University School of Law. She was ranked in the top 5% of her class, graduated with magna cum laude honors, and served on the Editorial Board of the Barry Law Review. While in school, she clerked for attorney J. Cheney Mason, P.A., and interned at the Eighteenth Judicial Circuit Court in the Criminal Justice Center in Sanford, Florida where she researched legal issues and wrote legal memoranda for criminal and civil cases.

Bar Memberships and Professional Organizations:

  • The Florida Bar
  • United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida
  • Florida Justice Association 
  • Central Florida Trial Lawyers Association 
  • Orange County Bar Association
  • Seminole County Bar Association

Honors and Awards:

Heidi Hillyer was the recipient of the 2016 Seminole County Bar Association Legal Aid Society Pro Bono Service Award in recognition of her effort and outreach to the Seminole County community in presenting free Sealing & Expungement workshops at the Goodwill Job Connection Center in Sanford, Florida. 

Scholarly Articles:

Hillyer, Heidi A. (2016) "Reducing the Rate of Prison Recidivism in Florida by Providing State Corporate Income Tax Credits to Businesses as an Incentive for Employment of Ex-Felons," Barry Law Review: Vol. 21: Iss. 1, Article 4.
Available at: http://lawpublications.barry.edu/barrylrev/vol21/iss1/4