Attorney Angelica D. Roselló Joins the Firm

We are pleased to welcome attorney Angelica D. Roselló to the Sessums Black team. Angie has served the Tampa Bay Area as a family law practitioner since 2015 and works exclusively in the area of marital and family law. She is admitted to practice law in Florida and Pennsylvania and has received training and certification in both mediation and collaborative practice.
In addition to practicing law, Angie has taught legal writing as an Adjunct Professor at the University of South Florida and has been a guest lecturer at the University of Tampa in the area of family law. She is a past President for the North Tampa Bar Association, a Secretary and board member of Enterprising Latinas, a non-profit organization dedicated to economic empowerment of low-income Hispanic women in Tampa Bay, a member of the Executive Council of the Hillsborough County Bar Association‘s Marital & Family Law Section, a co-chair of the HCBA Marital and Family Law Section Pro Bono Committee, and Secretary and board member of the Executive Council of the Stann W. Givens Family Law Inn of Court.
Angie received her B.A. in International Relations from Florida International University in 2006, and her J.D. from The Pennsylvania State University, Dickinson School of Law in 2010. After law school, she was the Clinical Fellow at the Penn State Law, Family Law Clinic. After completing her fellowship, she accepted a position as a family law associate with the firm Engle & Engle, P.C. Angie then served as the judicial law clerk to the Honorable Thomas K. Kistler of the Centre County Court of Common Pleas for nearly two years.
Angie moved to Tampa with her family in 2014 and is fluently bilingual in English and Spanish.

HCBA Law Day Luncheon

Here is a nice photo from the Hillsborough County Bar Association‘s Law Day Luncheon earlier this week. HCBA President Alex Caballero is pictured with Thirteenth Judicial Circuit Chief Judge Christopher Sabella and Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody, the keynote speaker. Congratulations to Gwynne Young, this year’s Margaret D. Mathews Mentoring Award recipient, and Mary Lee Farrior, honored with the Liberty Bell Award, which recognizes an outstanding non-lawyer whose community service “strengthens the effectiveness of the American system under the law.” Thank you to everyone who attended this special annual event!

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