Stephanie Norman is an Attorney at Kelley Kronenberg, where she assists in handling matters related to First-Party Property Defense.
Before joining Kelley Kronenberg as an associate, Stephanie participated in the firm’s First-Party Property Law “Klinic,” a four-week program for newly licensed attorneys to receive comprehensive training in First-Party Property Litigation. Upon successful completion of which, Stephanie received placement with a specific team to handle cases alongside an experienced Partner independently.
Stephanie earned her Bachelor of Science degree, cum laude, from Florida State University, where she majored in political science and minored in business. During this time, Stephanie was a repeat recipient of the Dean’s List Academic Achievement Award and was chosen for membership in the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. Stephanie was also a Delta Epsilon Iota, a Women in Pre-Law Society member.
Stepanie earned her Juris Doctor degree from Florida International University College of Law, cum laude, where she received the Dean’s Merit Scholarship and was a repeat recipient of the Dean’s List Academic Achievement Award. While at Florida International University, Stephanie was a member of her college’s Immigration and Human Rights Women’s and Women’s Law Society, held the position of Secretary for the Real Property, Probate, and Trust Law Society, and served as a mentor for incoming law students.
While pursuing her law degree, Stephanie gained legal experience by working as both a legal intern and law clerk at two local law firms, where she composed questions for depositions and trials, prepared legal memorandum, performed legal research on questions of law, and assisted attorneys with the preparation of legal documents. Stephanie also aided attorneys with trial preparation by gathering exhibits and relevant case law and informing clients of the latest developments.