J.D. – Florida State University College of Law, 2001
LLM in Tax (emphasis on Estate Planning) – Boston University School of Law (anticipated graduation date December 2022)
Ladasiah’s practice focuses on representing public entities such as school boards and other governmental entities in cases involving tort claims, labor and employment matters and other areas of civil defense.
Before joining Coppins Monroe, Ladasiah worked for the Florida Department of Management Services, Division of Retirement (The Florida Retirement System) where she represented the agency in various administrative hearings before the Division of Administrative Hearings (DOAH), various Circuit Courts around the state, the district courts of appeal and the Florida Supreme Court. Ladasiah also worked for the Florida Department of Revenue- Child Support Program, the Florida Attorney General’s Office in the Administrative Law Bureau and the Florida Department of Financial Services.
Ladasiah is admitted to practice in both Florida and Georgia
Member, The Florida Bar Family Law Rules Committee (2014-2018)
National Association of Pension Plan Attorneys (NAPPA) (2018-present)
Member, The Florida Bar Administrative Law Section
Member, The Florida Bar Trial Lawyers Section
Member, The Florida Bar, Family Law Section
Member, The Florida Bar, Real Property, Probate and Trust Section
Member, The Florida Bar, Tax Section