Madison Howeller is an associate at Cole, Scott & Kissane, P.A. in the firm’s Orlando office, handling first party property, general liability, and motor vehicle litigation.
Ms. Howeller graduated from the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Florida, where she obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Advertising and Public Relations with minor coursework in creative writing. She later attended and completed the Paralegal Program at Rollins College Hamilton Holt School. After working as a paralegal, she attended Barry University Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law where she earned her Juris Doctorate Degree.
During her time at law school, Ms. Howeller had the opportunity to work as a Research Assistant for the Legal Research and Writing Program. During that time, she assisted professor Catherine Page in her scholarship by researching and editing scholarly articles for publication. Ms. Howeller excelled in writing courses and was awarded the “Book Award” in Legal Research and Writing, Advanced Legal Research, and Bar Essay Writing. She also worked as an intern at Seminole County Legal Aid Society as well as the Seminole County Courthouse.
After sitting for and passing the Florida Bar in February 2020, Ms. Howeller practiced criminal defense before going on to work at the Seminole County State Attorney’s Office. During her time at the State Attorney’s Office, Ms. Howeller gained valuable courtroom experience as well as experience in motion practice, evidentiary hearings, and jury trials.
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