Mary Norberg is a licensed Florida attorney. As a recent graduate of Stetson University of Law, Mary has prior clerk experience in business litigation, commercial real estate, contract disputes, insurance defense, and construction litigation. She most enjoys being able to connect with clients and serving as an advocate for their needs, currently focusing her practice on litigation and government law.
While at Stetson, she participated in a judicial externship program, clerking at the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida located in Tampa. Mary was also an associate editor of the Journal of Aging Law and Policy. Aside from academics, she volunteered with the Community Law Program in St. Petersburg where she assisted in both housing and probate clinics.
She obtained her bachelors degree in political science with a minor in psychology from the Burnett Honors College at the University of Central Florida in 2018. During her time at UCF, Mary was a member of the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority and the Order of Omega Greek Honor Society.
Outside of work, Mary enjoys spending time with friends and family, including her three dogs, and reading. She also enjoys getting outdoors and has recently taken up snowboarding. Having relocated to Oviedo after attending Stetson, she avidly roots for the UCF Knights and enjoys attending home games whenever possible.