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Dana Crosby-Collier is a native of Tampa, Florida, and focuses her practice in real property, land use, and local government law. Dana joins the firm with more than 21 years of experience in local government and land use law, having practiced law as an assistant County Attorney for Orange and Polk counties, and as an assistant City Attorney for the cities of Gainesville and Ocoee. Since January 2016, Dana has worked in private practice, assisting builders, developers, commercial businesses, elected and appointed officials, and residents on both sides of numerous legal issues.
Dana is a member of the Florida Bar Land Use and Environmental Law Section and the City County and Local Government Law Section and served as chair of the City County and Local Government Law Section in 2014-2015. Before attending law school in Tallahassee, Dana worked in Washington, DC for several years, working for the U.S. Congress and other policy groups. During law school and following graduation, Dana worked for the Florida Senate.
- University of Tampa, B.A., magna cum laude (Political Science, 1988)
- Florida State University College of Law, J.D. (1996)