Uhlfelder & Associates offers a broad array of services ranging from traditional legislative and administrative lobbying to consulting on the design and implementation of public policy strategies.
Six governors —Reubin Askew, Bob Graham, Lawton Chiles, Jeb Bush, Charlie Crist and Rick Scott — have tapped Steve Uhlfelder for a wide range of duties.
Florida Trend magazine named firm founder Steven Uhlfelder one of Florida’s most influential people. A newspaper editorial once said about Uhlfelder, "Clearly, over his career he has done 'right things' beyond counting."
With more than 55 years of collective experience, Steve Uhlfelder and Toni Large offer clients extraordinary knowledge of the people, the policies and the processes of Florida government.
Thank you so much for playing an invaluable role in ABC's post-election  coverage. With your help ABC News was able to navigate the intricate waters of Florida law and politics. Your knowledge and hard work were much appreciated by all in Tallahassee as well as New York.
Chris Isham, Senior Producer for ABC News
If public service is the measure of a good citizen, then Steve Uhlfelder has set the bar higher for all Floridians.
Florida Governor Reubin Askew, who Uhlfelder served as special counsel
I want to thank you for the remarkable leadership you have shown in dealing with the Fulbright matters.
Dr. Robert Berdahl, Chancellor, University of California, Berkeley
Steve is the only one I know who can combine public and client service and do well at both.
Martha Barnett, Past president of the American Bar Association and a senior partner at Holland and Knight.
Outstanding lawyer, loving family man, and citizen, and my wonderful friend.
Florida Governor LeRoy Collins July 17, 1989
He has been an awesome leader of our successful mentoring initiative. We share a passion for making sure all children are given an opportunity to learn. I do rely on Steve for advice. He has much institutional knowledge of the process in Tallahassee.
Jeb Bush, former Florida Governor
Clearly, over his career he has done 'right things' beyond counting.
Tallahassee Democrat Editorial