Katherine E. Camadeco
Katherine E. Camadeco, Esq. is an associate attorney at Aloia, Roland, Lubell & Morgan, PLLC. Her primary area of practice is Family Law.
Katherine has helped hundreds of families navigate their unique situations since 2012, when she first began working in Family Law. Katherine earned her MBA at Florida Gulf Coast University and began working for a small firm in Pennsylvania, which would inspire her to attend Delaware Law School.
Her law school experience is highlighted by prestigious clerkships; with the Honorable Justice James T. Vaughn of the Delaware Supreme Court, and Judges Robert B. Coonin and Arlene Minus Coopadge of the Delaware Family Court.
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Katherine is incredibly active in the Legal community in Southwest Florida, she serves as the President of the Young Lawyers Division for the Lee County Bar Association, a position which pulls triple duty, including serving as the liaison for the Lee County Bar Association Foundation Board of Directors and as a voting position on the Lee County Bar Association Board of Directors. She is the current Treasurer of the Lee County Association of Women Lawyers and co-chair for the Family Law Q&A panel with the 20th Judicial Circuit.
Katherine is an avid beachgoer and park patron where she enjoys playing amateur entomologist with her son and two dogs.
Education & Involvement
- State of Florida (2018)
- Juris Doctor, Delaware Law School
- Master of Business Administration, Florida Gulf Coast University
- Bachelor of Science, Bryant University
- Lee County Bar Association Member
- Lee County Bar Association Young Lawyers Division President
- Lee County Association for Women Lawyers, Treasurer
- Family Law Q&A Panel, Co-Chair