The Honorable Lauren L. Brodie
Division Collier County
|General Civil (Including Foreclosure)||33.3%|
|Probate & Guardianship||33.3%|
Judicial Assistant Alexandra
Phone (239) 252-8909
Collier County Government Complex
3315 Tamiami Trail East, Suite 203
Naples, FL 34112
Effective February 13, 2023, all hearings of 60 minutes or longer will be IN PERSON
Effective Immediately - ALL Docket Sounding and Pre-Trial Conferences will be held via Zoom
Please govern yourselves accordingly
IMPORTANT UPDATE FOR PROPOSED ORDERS
Please be advised ALL PROPOSED ORDERS, ACCOMPANIED BY A COVER LETTER must be submitted via Florida courts E-Portal. When submitting proposed Orders for the Court’s consideration, a cover letter must be submitted. The cover letter must indicate that all counsel have reviewed the proposed submission and whether or not they have an objection to the form of the order and also indicate if there are competing orders being submitted.
- Must be submitted in Word Format, font size 12, Times New Roman.
- Must have the case number.
- Must include date of hearing if the Order is the result of a hearing.
- Do not include signature line, ‘done and ordered’/date line, or conformed copies info. The electronic signature inserts its own signature line and the signature is dated when the Judge signs it.
- Do not include headnotes, footnotes or weird inserts like text boxes or pictures in your proposed orders. Make sure you have filed your notice of email address with the Clerk so that you receive copies via electronic service. We do not check the electronic service lists.
For all Petitions to Approve Attorney’s and/or Guardian’s Fees and Costs in excess of $3000.00, please set them for an evidentiary hearing before the General Magistrate and submit an Order of Referral to the General Magistrate through the portal for Judge Brodie’s signature.
Attention: Judge Brodie's Zoom Information. Please be advised that all of Judge Brodie's hearings are being conducted via Zoom using the following zoom code:
Judge Brodie graduated with a BA from Brandeis University, cum laude, and received her JD from the University of Miami School of Law.
Judge Brodie served as a Senior Judge throughout the Twentieth Judicial Circuit from 1999 until her appointment to the Circuit Court bench by Governor Jeb Bush in October, 2001. Prior to that, Judge Brodie served as a Circuit Court Judge for the Eleventh Judicial Circuit from 1995-1998 and as a County Court Judge in Miami-Dade County from 1991-1994. She also served as the Assistant City Attorney of the City of North Miami Beach from 1983-1990.
Judge Brodie has served as a faculty member of the Florida Judicial College teaching all new judges in the State of Florida from 1992-1998 and again from 2006-2011. She has also served as a member of the Education Committee for the Florida Conference of Circuit Court Judges and has taught at judicial education conferences.
Judge Brodie is a member of the Thomas S. Biggs American Inns of Court (Collier County Chapter) and has served as an Associate Judge of the Second District Court of Appeal. Judge Brodie also participates in civic and law related activities in the community.
Judge Brodie was named the 2022 William M. Hoeveler Judicial Professionalism Award winner and was recognized at the Florida Bar Convention in June of 2022. This award is presented to an active Judge in the State of Florida who best exemplifies strength of character, service and competence as a jurist, lawyer and public servant.
In 2007, Judge Brodie was awarded the Florida Supreme Court Chief Justice's Judicial Distinguished Service Award for her work in the juvenile Justice area. This award is presented to the one judge in the State of Florida who has distinguished him/herself by contributing to the improvement of the law, the legal system and the administration of justice.
The Collier County Women's Bar Association recognized Judge Brodie as Woman Lawyer of the Year in 2015. Also, in May 2015, the Florida Association for Women Lawyers selected Judge Brodie as one of six Extraordinary Women Leaders in the State of Florida for her vision, courage and passion in helping create Drug Free Collier, where she served as its first President from 2005-2009.
Judge Brodie is married and together with her husband, has four children and two grandchildren.
|Judge Brodie's Policies & Procedures||View|
|Procedures to Cancel Foreclosure Sales||View|
|Procedures for Emergency Hearings||View|
|Procedures for Telephone Appearances||View|
|Procedures for Pro Se Parties||View|
|Procedures for Ex Parte Motions to Compel Discovery in Civil Actions||View|
|Frequently Asked Questions||View|
|Judge Brodie's Final Disposition Form 1.998||View|
|Agreed Case Management Plan and Order||View|
|Agreed Pretrial Conference Order||View|
|Order of Referral to Magistrate Amy Ellis - Probate||View|
|Order of Referral to Magistrate Pamela Barger - Civil||View|
|Order Granting Motion/Withdraw as Attorney of Record||View|
|20th Circuit Administrative Orders:||Downloads|
|2.20 Standards of Professional Courtesy & Conduct||View|
|2.40 Introduction and Management of Evidence in Remote Civil Hearings||View|
|Petition Formal Administration||View|
|Petition Summary Administration||View|
|Final Discharge Checklist||View|