Ryleigh Walaconis


Ryleigh Walaconis Attorney Profile | Kelley Kronenberg


Ryleigh Walaconis is an Attorney at Kelley Kronenberg, focusing her practice on general liability & third-party insurance defense. 

Before joining Kelley Kronenberg, Ryleigh worked as an Associate Attorney, where she handled complex civil litigation including business and corporate disputes and criminal defense. She has represented numerous companies in breach of contract claims, managing customer grievances within prominent corporations. Additionally, she has provided representation to shareholders in actions involving breach of fiduciary duties, fraud, and disputed business agreements.   

Ryleigh holds a Bachelor of Arts in Health Services, cum laude, along with certificates in Conceptual Foundations of Medicine and Managing Health Services Programs and Projects from the University of Pittsburgh. She was named their John E. Morgan Foundation Scholar and the Marine Corps Foundation Scholar.  

She obtained her Juris Doctor degree from Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law, cum laude, where she was named Faculty Scholar. She also received a certificate of concentration in Health Law.  She was also the Rebecca Knox Public Interest Law Summer Fellowship Recipient. Throughout her time in law school, Ryleigh committed herself extensively to public service. This included President of the Public Interest Law Society as well as internships at Coast-to-Coast Legal Aid of South Florida and active participation in various pro-bono service initiatives. As a First-Generation student, Ryleigh served as President of the First Generation Professionals Legal Society for two years, offering support and guidance to fellow students facing similar challenges inherent to being the first in their families to pursue higher education. 

  • Florida 
  • United States District Court, Southern District of Florida 
  • Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law, J.D., 2023 
  • University of Pittsburgh, B.A., 2019 

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