“The greatest privilege that comes with being an attorney is the power to effect change, and I take that privilege very seriously.”

Ms. Bosch is responsible for handling a diverse array of cases in the Firm’s litigation department. She represents and advises clients in condominium and homeowners’ association matters, landlord and tenant disputes, marital and family law, and real estate litigation.

“My strong psychology background benefits my practice daily. I find the fundamental skills of communication, conflict resolution, and understanding of self and others to be invaluable to my representation of a diverse group of clients.”

Ms. Bosch considers her most memorable professional accomplishment to be her pro bono work successfully defending an unwarranted action against a 97-year-old veteran, which resulted in sanctions and an award of attorney’s fees and costs against the opposing party.

EDUCATION

Florida State University College of Law, J.D., 2014
• Dean’s List
• Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law
• Florida State University Business Review
• Student Bar Association
• Student Animal Legal Defense Fund
• Dispute Resolution Society
• Peer Mentor
• Gratuitous Transfers Book Award
• Subciter of the Year Award, Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law
• Outstanding Invitee Award, Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law

Florida State University, B.S., 2009
• Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society
• Psi Chi Honor Society
• National Society of Collegiate Scholars Honor Society
• President’s List

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

The Florida Bar, 2014
Collier County Bar Association

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

Legal Aid Service of Collier County, Pro Bono Legal Service, 2014, 2015
Collier County Mock Trial Competition, Judge, 2015

LANGUAGES

Afrikaans

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