Attorney Michelle Lowther is a Pinellas County native, born to parents who worked in government fields. Michelle attended Osceola High School in Seminole Florida, graduating in 3 years. After high school Michelle attended the University of South Florida in Tampa where she earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminology. Following her Undergraduate degree, Michelle attended Stetson University, college of law in Gulfport Florida, earning her Juris Doctor with a concentration in Advocacy.
While at Stetson, Michelle participated on Stetson’s award winning Moot Court Board, and won multiple awards for both her oral and written advocacy. In her last year at Stetson, Michelle participated in the Public Defender’s Advocacy Clinic where she was able to act as advocate and participate in Jury trials for the first time. This experience further solidified her desire to advocate for and assist those in her community.
After law school Michelle immediately began pursuing her passion for helping others. Michelle has served as an attorney for the state of Florida in the capacity of an attorney for the Department of Children and Families in Dependency cases, and an Assistant Public Defender for the 6th Judicial Circuit in Pinellas County. Michelle also has experience in Home owner and Condominium Association cases, Landlord Tenant matters and Non-Profit Corporation Consultation. Michelle currently enjoys representing local non-profit corporations looking to do good in their community and helping their ideas flourish.