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Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section seats four more fellows

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RPPTL logoThe Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section has named its four fellows for the coming year as part of its ongoing program to encourage more lawyers to participate in section activities.

They will join four lawyers named last year and who are continuing the fellowships for a second year.

According to the section, the purpose of the fellowship program, first begun in 2007, “is to provide opportunities for deserving attorneys to achieve their career goals through leadership training and working closely with leading attorneys in their field, while at the same time fostering diversity within the section. The Fellowship Program is open to all lawyers who are members of the RPPTL Section and who have been admitted to the Bar for fewer than 12 years.”

The four new Fellows, introduced at the section’s Executive Council meeting on August 22, are:

• Lilleth Bailey, a staff attorney with the 17th Judicial Circuit in Ft. Lauderdale. She will work with the Probate and Trust Division.

• Nicole S. Bell of Legacy Protection Lawyers, LLP, in St. Petersburg. She will work with the Probate and Trust Division.

• Terrence L. Harvey of The Harvey Firm, PLLC, in Jacksonville. He will work with the Real Property Division.

• Erin Miller-Meyers of Grant Cottrell Miller-Meyers, PLLC, in Naples. She will work with the Real Property Division.

They will join the section’s second-year fellows:

• Antonio Romano of Comiter, Singer, Baseman & Braun in Palm Beach. He works with the Probate and Trust Division.

• Joseph M. Percopo of Mateer & Harbert, P.A., in Orlando. He works with the Probate and Trust Division.

• Michelle Hinden of Nishad Khan, PL, in Orlando. She works with the Real Property Division.

• Kristen Jaiven of Quad Realty Investments, Inc., in Boca Raton. She works with the Real Property Division.

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