Practice Areas: Veterans’ Benefits
Heather Hartley grew up in McDonough, Georgia. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology, as well as her Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice, from Georgia College and State University in 2015. In 2018, Ms. Hartley graduated from Mercer Law School where she was the Secretary for the Animal Legal Defense Club, as well as an active member of the Association of Women Law Students. In 2019, Heather Hartley joined Gordon and Partners, after moving to Florida. She was admitted to the Florida Bar in 2021. Currently, Ms. Hartley serves as a member of the Young Lawyer’s Board of the Palm Beach County Justice Association and as a Co-Chair of the Community Service/Pro Bono Committee of the Florida Association for Women Lawyers. She is also an active member of the Palm Beach Chapter of Ms. Esquire.
Prior to being admitted to the Florida Bar, Heather Hartley served as a paralegal for the Veterans’ Disability Department. Through this experience, she gained extensive knowledge about the working of claims at the agency, Board of Veterans’ Appeals, and U.S. Court of Veterans’ Appeals levels. Coming from a family of Veterans, Ms. Hartley understands the importance of getting justice for those whom have laid their lives on the line for others to have freedom. Due to this, Heather is a dedicated and passionate advocate for her clients.
- Florida Bar
- Georgia College & State University, B.S.,Psychology, B.A.,Criminal Justice
- Mercer Law School, J.D.