Judicial Profile: Clerkship Nudged Judge Fine Toward Bench

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Despite being a "Perry Mason" fan, Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Alan S. Fine credits his parents and a Constitutional Interpretation class—not the TV lawyer—for coaxing him into law.

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  • Cathy Corrigan-Perez

    I was so touched when Judge Alan Fine said to me "200 adoptions were finalized today, this was one of the best days of my life". Compassionate, serious and a great Father, I feel like he is making a real difference to the future of Miami-Dade County, one child‘s life at a time.

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