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Liridona Sinani

About Liridona Sinani

About me


Liridona is admitted to practice in the State of Florida and the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida. In state court, she has advocated for clients in a variety of legal issues including dissolution of marriage, paternity, child support, personal injury, general civil litigation, trust litigation, probate litigation, and probate administration. In federal court, she has litigated issues arising out of the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction.


Liridona earned her Bachelor of Arts degree, with Cum Laude honors, in Political Science and International Affairs from Florida State University. It was her interest in these fields that led her to pursue an internship at the Executive Office of the Governor in Tallahassee, FL and to later travel to Hague, Netherlands and Strasbourg, France to examine the inner workings of major international courts and tribunals, such as the International Court of Justice and the International Criminal Court.


She earned her Juris Doctor degree, with Cum Laude honors, from the University of Florida Levin College of Law, where she received certificates in Criminal Justice and International and Comparative Law. While in law school, Liridona served as a Research Assistant for her International Trade Law Professor and served on the executive board of the Florida Journal of International Law.


Liridona spent her first summer of law school working for the Innocence Project of Florida in Tallahassee, contributing to the Project's mission to exonerate wrongfully convicted individuals. She also served as a Certified Legal Intern at the Office of the Public Defender for the Fourth Judicial Circuit, helping represent indigent clients defend misdemeanor charges.


Liridona is committed to serving those in her community and volunteers her extra time to legal organizations and community organizations. In the past, Liridona has held positions of Vice President and Treasurer for the Cape Coral Bar Association and Treasurer and Secretary for the Lee County Association for Women Lawyers. Her community volunteer work includes: Restoration of Civil Rights, Habitat for Humanity, Children Beyond our Borders, Three Rivers Legal Services, local homeless shelters, and local middle and high schools. She received the Pro Bono Certificate of Excellence from the University of Florida Levin College of Law.