RPPTL selects four for its fellowship program.
The Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section has selected four fellows for its Fellowship Program for the 2016-18 Bar years.
The 2016-18 fellows are Stephanie Villavicencio of Miami, Angela Santos of Boca Raton, Amber Ashton of Tampa, and Scott Work of Destin.
The mission of RPPTL's Fellowship Program is to attract and retain young lawyers to be active and engaged in the Bar's oldest and largest section by immediately getting them involved in the substantive work of the RPPTL. The fellows also receive leadership training and have the opportunity to work closely with leading attorneys in their field.
Villavicencio and Santos will participate in the probate/trust side; and Ashton and Work in the real property side.
Villavicencio is a partner at the firm of Zamora, Hillman & Villavicencio. Her practice is dedicated to probate and guardianship administration and related litigation, as well as estate planning. She has been a member of RPPTL for five years, is an active member of the Dade County Bar Association, Cuban American Bar Association, and served as editor for the magazine of the Elder Law Section.
Santos is an associate with Duane Morris and her practice areas include private wealth planning, and representing personal representatives, executors, and trustees on complex estate and trust administration. She has been a member of RPPTL for four years. Santos is a fellow of the 2015-16 inaugural class of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel.
Ashton is a senior associate at de Beaubien, Knight, Simmons, Mantzaris & Neal, and her practice includes all areas of real estate litigation, including eminent domain proceedings, inverse condemnation, code enforcement matters, title claims and HOA and condominium association litigation. Ashton is an active member of RPPTL, currently serving as secretary for the Real Property Litigation Committee.
Work is an associate at Clark, Partington, Hart, Larry, Bond & Stackhouse, and his practice includes real estate transactions and development, landlord tenant matters, condominium development law, community association law, and real estate litigation.
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|Publication:||Florida Bar News|
|Date:||Jun 1, 2016|
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