Amelia N. Jadoo

Amelia N. Jadoo is Of Counsel in the firm’s Government Division, bringing over 15 years of experience in business and government practice. She advises and counsels municipalities on a variety of issues relating to Sunshine laws, Public Records Act, ethics, land use, zoning, education law,  and day-to-day governance matters. Amelia represents elected officials and board committee members during public meetings; analyzes, drafts, and negotiates contracts; drafts resolutions and ordinances; and approves agenda items. Amelia also advises and represents private clients in pre-litigation matters to resolve contract disputes, prepare demand letters, engage in settlement negotiations, and develop litigation strategies. As a former litigator, she effectively counsels her clients to avoid and mitigate litigation risks, and works closely with her clients to navigate emerging legal issues. Amelia is an effective problem-solver who is passionate about approaching her client’s needs in an ethical, efficient and collaborative manner.

Before joining the firm, Amelia served as an Assistant County Attorney for Dakota County in Minnesota. In this role, she advised the County and its various departments and public officials on a wide variety of legal issues related to data privacy, cybersecurity, corrections, employment, eminent domain/condemnation, collections, contracts, risk management, law enforcement, jails, firearms, juveniles, among others.

Prior to her work for Dakota County, Amelia was an associate in the business litigation division of a large Minnesota law firm. Amelia also served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Justice Sam Hanson on the Minnesota Supreme Court.

Active in the Palm Beach County community also, Amelia is an Alumni of Leadership Palm Beach County Engage Class of 2024, a Board of Director for the Florida Association For Women Lawyers, Palm Beach Chapter, and an active member of the Palm Beach County Bar Association. She is a high school mentor for the Palm Beach County Path to College, a nonprofit program that mentors low-income, high-achieving students to help them be more competitive, get better scholarships, and incur less debt when applying to college.