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Audrey D. Smith

Associate

813-289-8800

Audrey D. Smith is an associate attorney who joined our firm shortly after being admitted to the Florida Bar in 2015.  Her practice consists primarily of construction defect litigation, condominium litigation, commercial, and personal injury litigation.

Audrey received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Guilford College in Greensboro, NC, cum laude.  While at Guilford, she served as an intern for the Guilford County District Attorney’s Office. Audrey graduated from Stetson University College of Law in 2015, receiving her Juris Doctor Degree with a concentration in Advocacy.

During her time at Stetson, Audrey clerked for the Honorable Samantha Ward, Circuit Judge in the 13th Judicial Circuit. She also volunteered with the 13th Judicial Circuit’s State Attorney’s Office in both its Homicide and Economic Crimes Divisions.  In a team of four, Audrey placed first in Stetson’s Intramural Trial Competition during her first year. Individually, she later placed second in Stetson’s Annual Direct Exam Competition. In her third year, while participating in Stetson’s Certified Legal Internship program with the 13th Judicial Circuit, Audrey first-chaired twenty bench trials in the Juvenile Division, consisting of both felony and misdemeanor cases.

While at Stetson, she received the William F. Blews Pro Bono Service Award after completing over six hundred hours of pro bono service while at Stetson.  Audrey was a tutor with Lawyers for Literacy, a mentor for Pinellas County Schools “Take Stock in Children” program, twice speaker for the Great American Teach-In, and a member of the Bruce R. Jacob Appellate Inn of Court.

She is a member of the Florida Bar, admitted to practice in Florida State Courts and the U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida.

 

Practice areas

  • Construction Defect Litigation
  • Condominium Litigation
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Personal Injury Litigation