Through law school, Mr. Ozery worked as a litigation clerk at one of the largest personal injury firms in South Florida, where he developed advocacy skills and began participating in the civil litigation process. Mr. Ozery began his legal career managing a high-volume caseload and fervidly advocating for the rights of the injured from inception to trial. Additionally, Mr. Ozery’s practice focuses around civil and business litigation as well as contracts, local government, and administrative law. Having done so successfully, he has now transitioned his legal advocacy skills to include his passion for environmental protection and land use matters.
Mr. Ozery’s love for the outdoors and deep experiences traveling and backpacking across North America serves as the foundation for his commitment to ensuring the welfare of our ecosystems and wild places for future generations to come.
honors & awards
During law school, Mr. Ozery served as Associate Managing Editor for ILSA International & Comparative Law Journal, as well as a member of the Nova Trial Association, and competed on behalf of Nova Southeastern University in Miami as well Vienna, Austria, in the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot Court Competition.
areas of focus
• Land Use
• Environmental Law
• Fair Housing
• Sustainable Development
• Complex Civil and Business Litigation.
professional associations & memberships
Mr. Ozery joined Robert N. Hartsell, P.A. in 2018 and is a member of the Florida and Colorado Bars. He maintains membership in the Environmental and Land Use and Public Interest sections of the Florida Bar.
Mr. Ozery graduated from Nova Southeastern Shepard Broad Law Center in May of 2015, cum laude with a focus in civil litigation.