Natasha Lormil is an associate in the firm at the Fort Myers office. Mrs. Lormil obtained her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminology from the University of South Florida with a minor in French. She obtained her Juris Doctorate Degree from Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law in Davie, Florida.
Prior to attending law school, Mrs. Lormil spent four years working as a Certified Caseworker in the Child Welfare System in the state of Florida. During law school, she worked as a Legal Intern and as Guardian Ad Litem Volunteer Supervisor with the Florida Guardian Ad Litem Program and participated in the Children and Families Clinic at Nova Southeastern University in which she worked on Family Law cases.
Prior to joining Cole, Scott, and Kissane, P.A., Mrs. Lormil started her legal career at the Office of Regional Counsel, where she represented parents involved in Child Welfare programs. Her current areas of practice include PIP litigation and Child Welfare litigation.