Eryn M. McConnell, Esquire

CONTACT:

Phone: 407-839-3383, ext. 202

Email: [email protected]

BIOGRAPHY

Eryn M. McConnell is a Board Certified Specialist in Condominium and Planned Development Law. For over sixteen years she has specialized in community association practice, and has represented and served as general corporate counsel for condominiums, homeowner associations, mobile home communities, cooperatives, and mixed-use developments in all areas of corporate operation and governance, collections and bankruptcy, covenant enforcement, and litigation. 

Prior to joining the Law Offices of John L. Di Masi, P.A., she was an attorney with Wean & Malchow, P.A., and Mateer Harbert, P.A. 

Eryn is originally from Nebraska, where she graduated as a Regents Scholar and member of the Innocents Society Chancellor’s Senior Honorary at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln, as well as earning her Juris Doctorate degree at the University of Nebraska College of Law.

She is active in the Central Florida community, serving on the School Advisory Council, and volunteer, featured speaker, and family ambassador for Give Kids The World.

EDUCATION

University of Nebraska – Lincoln, B.A. in Communications with Minors in Mathematics and Political Science (2001)

University of Nebraska College of Law, Juris Doctor (2005)


ADMISSIONS & MEMBERSHIPS

  • Florida Bar
  • Board Certified Specialist, Condominium and Planned Development Law (2019)
  • Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section of the Florida Bar
  • United States District Court, Middle District of Florida
  • Space Coast Communities Association Business Associate
  • Community Associations Institute (CAI) Business Partner
  • Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulations Continuing Education Instructor for Community Association Managers (CAM) Courses




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