Amelia J. Strom is a probate, estate planning and guardianship attorney. She began her career at Emmanuel Sheppard & Condon as a law clerk in 2019 and has admissions to all Florida state courts.
Amelia earned her Juris Doctorate from the University of Florida (UF) Levin College of Law, graduating cum laude in May of 2020. Amelia was a Senior Articles Editor of the Journal of Law and Public Policy at UF, as well as President of Gator for Alternative Dispute Resolution. Before law school, she earned her Bachelor of Arts with a major in Legal Studies from the University of West Florida, graduating summa cum laude. While at West Florida, she was a part of the University’s Women’s Swimming and Diving team and was a captain of the team her last year before graduating.
Amelia is actively involved in the community, serving as a board member of the UWF Legal Studies Advisory Board and the Community Foundation of Northwest Florida. Amelia is also a member of the Escambia-Santa Rosa Bar Association and a member of the Young Lawyer’s Division.
- Juris Doctorate (J.D.), University of Florida Levin College of Law, 2020
- Bachelor of Arts, Legal Studies, University of West Florida, 2017
Professional Work Experience
- Emmanuel Sheppard & Condon
- Associate: 2020
- Law Clerk: Summer 2019
- 1st Judicial Circuit Court – Judges Stone and Ketchel
- Judicial Clerk / Externship for Law School: Summer of 2018
- Tracy O. Strom P.A.
- Legal Assistant: Summers of 2017 and 2015
- Lois B. Lepp, P.A.
- Legal Assistant: Summer of 2016
- All Florida state courts
Professional & Community Affiliations
- The Florida Bar
- The Real Property Probate and Trust Law Section, The Florida Bar
- UWF Legal Studies Advisory Board Member
- Community Foundation of Northwest Florida Board Member
- Supporter of Coast Aquatics and the Emerald Coast Fitness Foundation
- Affiliated with UWF’s Women’s Swim Team
Recognition & Awards
- Richard and Sandra Berg Female Scholar Athlete of the Year
- 2016 & 2017
- Professional Blog: https://escattorney.wpengine.com/blog/why-you-should-have-a-will/