Andrew B. Dunkiel, Assistant City Attorney
Andrew B. Dunkiel, Assistant City Attorney and Coral Springs Police Department legal advisor, joined the City Attorney’s Office in 2012.
Dedicated to providing high quality legal services to the city’s elected officials, officers, and staff, Dunkiel provides a wide variety of timely and accurate legal services. In his current role, he represents the city in labor and employment, administrative, criminal, and civil matters. In addition, he provides onsite emergency legal advice and counsel to incident commanders and operational personnel. Dunkiel graduated magna cum laude from Florida Atlantic University with a bachelor’s degree in Public Administration. He also graduated magna cum laude from NSU Law in the top 10% of his class. Dunkiel was Vice President of the Nova Trial Association, Subscriptions Editor of the Nova Law Review, and was awarded the Krupnick Campbell Trial Advocacy Award. He is a member of the Florida Association of Police Attorneys, Florida Police Chiefs Association, and the Broward Police Chiefs Association.
Nicholas Noto, Assistant City Attorney
Nick Noto joined the City Attorney’s Office in 2013 and is currently an Assistant City Attorney. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Finance from Florida State University. In 2014, he obtained a Juris Doctorate from the FIU College of Law. While still in law school, Noto started his career with the city as a Certified Legal Intern. Noto handles a wide variety of legal matters for the City of Coral Springs. These include providing concierge legal services to several city departments, their directors and staff, and the City Manager’s Office; preparing ordinances, resolutions, and city policies; and drafting and negotiating contracts for goods and services. Noto also represents the city in a variety of pre-litigation and litigation matters, including contract disputes, foreclosure cases and disbursements of surplus funds, code enforcement proceedings and appeals, municipal ordinance prosecutions and appeals, and the city’s misdemeanor diversion program. Noto serves as Board Attorney to the General Employees Pension Board, the Administrative Zoning Review Committee, and the Stipulated Agreement Administrative Panel. He is a member of the Young Lawyers, Government Lawyers, and City, County, and Local Government Law Sections of the Florida Bar. He is also a multi-year member of the city’s Leadership Development Program. Noto also volunteers as a mentor to the executive board members of his fraternity at Florida State University.