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Jamie Muni

Director of People and Culture

Jamie Muni is the Office Manager and Director of People and Culture for the Firm and has over 14 years of experience in the legal field. She provides support to the paralegals, attorneys and administrative staff, oversees office services functions, assists in developing and implementing new Firm policies and software, manages day-to-day operations and general office duties.  In her spare time, Jamie enjoys spending time with her three children.

Elizabeth A. Thomas, J.D.

Law Clerk

Mrs. Thomas was born and raised in Providence, Rhode Island.  She moved to Florida in 2012 and earned her Bachelor of Art in Politics, with a minor in Psychology, from Ave Maria University in 2015.  Mrs. Thomas obtained her Juris Doctorate from Ave Maria School of Law in 2022.  While attending Ave Maria School of Law, Mrs. Thomas was a Senator for the Student Bar Association and a Board Member for the Ave Maria Moot Court Board.  While serving on the Moot Court Board, Mrs. Thomas published an article entitled “Common Criminal or Mentally Ill? The Increased Narrowing of the Defense of Insanity and the Criminalization of the Mentally Ill” in the school’s semi-annual periodical entitled The Gavel.  Mrs. Thomas also competed in the UCLA Cyber Law External Competition on behalf of Ave Maria School of Law and placed 3rd as an oral advocate.  Mrs. Thomas currently resides in Fort Myers, Florida, with her husband, Scott Thomas, who is a Firefighter in Lehigh Acres.  Mrs. Thomas will be taking the Florida Bar in February of 2023 and has been a Law Clerk for Boatman Ricci Law Firm since 2021. 

Darius Chuback

Law Clerk

Darius Chuback is one of Boatman Ricci’s student-law clerks, assisting the firm in its commercial litigation matters. His daily work consists of legal research, drafting, and learning the many facets of law practice from the experienced attorneys at Boatman Ricci. Darius joins in on consultations, depositions, mediations, and visits to the Collier County Courthouse.

Having been born and raised in Bergen County, New Jersey, Darius knew his undergraduate studies might occur in New York City, as it only seemed a stone’s throw away from home. Darius graduated magna cum laude from New York University with a B.A. in History with a Minor in Spanish Language. He is now a J.D. Candidate at Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad College of Law for May of 2024. Darius is passionate about language, history, culture, and the United States Constitution.

Alex Rabinowitz

Law Clerk

Alex Rabinowitz is one of Boatman Ricci’s student law-clerks, assisting the firm in its commercial litigation matters. Originally from South New Jersey, outside of Philadelphia, Alex moved down to Fort Myers just before starting high school. He received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Florida, after which he spent time working in an account executive role for a software sales company in Miami. Now currently pursuing a law degree at Ave Maria School of Law, Alex has had the opportunity to work in various litigation capacities at several local firms, while also gaining valuable transactional experience in a law clerk position assisting the general counsel of Jersey Mike’s. Alex intends on joining the team as an associate this upcoming fall contingent on passing the Florida bar in July.

Outside of the office, Alex enjoys being active, whether it be in traveling to support a Philadelphia sports team, taking a yoga class, playing ping pong, or golfing. He also has a passion for Latin American culture, always looking to refine his Spanish-speaking skills.

Phil Gendro

Law Clerk

Phil Gendro is one of Boatman Ricci’s student-law clerks, assisting the firm in its litigation matters. Born and raised in Washington State, he obtained his Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of Washington in 2021. During his time at University of Washington, he also worked as a legal assistant in a Washington state firm, eventually rising to a leadership position.

He is currently a 2L at the University of Florida Levin College of Law, where he was awarded the Ethos of Excellence Full-Tuition and Stipend Scholarship upon acceptance. At UF Law, he is involved in Christian Legal Society, the Federalist Society, and the Journal of Law and Public Policy. Phil enjoys reading, as well as learning about history and theology.

Falynne Miller

Chief Technology Officer / Lead Paralegal

Falynne Miller, a native of Tennessee, was raised in Naples where she earned her Associate of Arts degree, with honors, in 2010. She is a Florida Registered Paralegal. Falynne’s background in travel assistance and the hospitality industry honed her administrative and customer service skills while her interest in the law motivated her to join the Firm in 2009.

Falynne provides legal assistant support for each of the Firm’s attorneys and her responsibilities include scheduling court appearances and client meetings, facilitating client communication, and assisting with the drafting of legal documents.  In her free time, Falynne enjoys creative writing and has authored numerous short stories and plays.

Lauren Haines


Lauren was born and raised in Naples, Florida.  She is a litigation paralegal at Boatman Ricci and has been in the legal field since 2012.  Lauren received her Associates Degree in Liberal Arts from Edison State College in 2009.  After receiving her Associates Degree, she attended Florida Gulf Coast University where she studied hospitality and marketing.  While attending FGCU, Lauren worked for a local magazine publication during the day and at a local steak house at night in pursuit of obtaining her bachelor’s degree.  She has always been intrigued and passionate about law and the legal system, and while taking a break from school accepted an entry level position as a file clerk with another law firm.  Over the years, Lauren has worked my way up from file clerk to legal assistant to Paralegal. In her spare time, she enjoys boating and fishing with her husband and three children.

Humberto J. Martinez


Mr. Martinez was born and raised local to Fort Myers Florida. For many years he was a student by day and worked in restaurants by night. Through dedication and persistence, Mr. Martinez obtained his Associate in Arts from Florida Southwestern State College in 2017. That same summer, he enrolled into Florida Gulf Coast University with the intentions of a career in Law Enforcement. However, while studying Mr. Martinez developed an interest in Law. During his studies, Mr. Martinez aimed his history courses around the Italian Renaissance era. This influenced him to applying and being accepted to the University of Macerata (Italy) for a semester of International Law. This opportunity enabled Mr. Martinez to be immersed in Italian culture, experience different teaching methods and study an area of law. Following his return to his final semester, Mr. Martinez obtained his Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice with the Honors of Magna Cum Lade in 2019. Mr. Martinez’ legal career began as a paralegal with a personal Injury firm. Since being brought on board with Boatman Ricci, he continues to develop his legal experience before pursuing Law School.

Nicole McFarlane


Nicole is a paralegal with Boatman Ricci and has been with the firm since January 2023.  She began her career in the legal field after earning her Associate’s Degree in Law Clerk from St. Clair College.  Since then, Nicole has worked in Business/Corporate Law, Real Estate and Estate Planning/Probate, Bankruptcy, and Personal Injury Law.  She has extensive knowledge of both Plaintiff and Defense procedures.  She moved to Florida in 2006 from Canada where she was born and raised. In her spare time, Nicole enjoys spending time with her daughter, animals, and crafting.

Diana Dominguez


Diana Dominguez is a litigation paralegal at Boatman Ricci. Originally from Colombia, Diana made her way to the United States in 2008 to pursue her academic and professional goals. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Government from Hamilton College in 2021 on a full-tuition Posse scholarship. During her time at Hamilton, Diana served as class president and gained practical experience through legal internships with for-profit organizations, non-profits, and the Department of Justice. Beginning her legal career with a focus on Asset Protection and Estate Planning, Diana later joined Boatman Ricci, where she continues to grow and refine her expertise as a paralegal. Outside of work, Diana enjoys spending time with her husband, family, and dog, often going on boat trips or leisurely walks.

Allison Tuckus


Allison (“Ally”) is a Paralegal at Boatman and Ricci and was born and raised in Davie, Florida where she earned her Associates Degree in Science/Crime Scene in 2015. She then transferred to Florida Gulf Coast University and discovered her passion for law, earning her Bachelor’s Degree in Legal Studies in 2017 and making the Dean’s List. Ally also started her first legal job as a client coordinator for a personal injury firm in 2017 and became a Florida Registered Paralegal in 2018. She has continued her career as a Litigation Paralegal, specifically in Personal Injury Law and Insurance Defense prior to joining Boatman Ricci. In her spare time, she enjoys boating and going to the lake or beach with her daughter and husband and enjoys true crime shows and reading.

James “Bo” Boatman

Marketing Manager / Recruitment Liaison

James “Bo” Boatman is the marketing manager with Boatman Ricci, responsible for producing and managing content for the firm’s social media accounts as well as maintaining the firm website. He is also responsible for the collegiate end of the firm’s recruiting initiative.

A Florida native, Bo is currently studying Political Science at Florida Gulf Coast University and hopes to enter higher education after the completion of his bachelor’s degree. In his free time, Bo enjoys reading, writing for his blog, driving his car, and spending time with his family.