Tallahassee, FL - Attorney General-Elect Pam Bondi today announced the appointment of Pat Gleason as Special Counsel for Open Government.
“Pat is a leading authority in our state on open government and public
records, and I am honored to have her join my administration,” said Bondi. “We have worked together for over a decade, and I have the highest respect for her work ethic, integrity and the transparency she brings to the government process.”
Gleason is widely recognized as one of Florida’s leading authorities on
open government law and policy, and is returning to the Attorney General’s Office after serving most recently as Director of Cabinet Affairs and Special Counsel in the administration of Governor Charlie Crist. During her previous tenure with the office, Gleason served as General Counsel, prosecutor for the Ethics Commission, and Chief of the Administrative Law Section. Gleason is the 2009 recipient of the First Amendment Foundation’s Pete Weitzel Friend of the First Amendment Award. She is a graduate of the Florida State University College of Law.
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