In 2011, Mrs. Smith graduated from the University of Central Florida with a major in political science, where she was a President’s and Dean’s Scholar. She then earned her Juris Doctor degree from Florida State University College of Law in 2015, graduating magna cum laude and in the top 5% of her class. While in law school, Mrs. Smith received the Distinguished Pro Bono Service Award for completion of 400 pro bono hours, in addition to multiple Book Awards. She was also a Dean’s Scholar throughout law school and a member of the Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law.
Prior to joining Morgan & Morgan, P.A., Mrs. Smith was a felony division legal intern at the Public Defender’s Office, a certified legal intern with the State Attorney’s Office, and worked as a law clerk for a Florida insurance defense firm. She then continued her legal career working for a statewide civil trial defense firm where she defended Fortune 500 companies as well as insurance companies and their insureds in a wide variety of cases involving premises and professional liability.
Since transitioning to Morgan & Morgan, P.A., Mrs. Smith focuses her practice on personal injury and civil trial litigation, and fights for those who have been injured by the negligence of others. Mrs. Smith now uses her strong work ethic, competitive nature, and experience/knowledge obtained from representing large corporations and insurance companies to achieve the best results for her clients.
In The Media
• Walt Disney Parks and Resorts US, Inc. is Being Sued for Negligence Due to Poorly Maintained Hotel Sidewalk
Awards & Recognitions
•Order of the Coif
•Distinguished Pro Bono Service Award
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