Legal Aid Service of Collier County
Callhan Soldavini is a public interest attorney dedicated to helping those with underserved legal needs. She has a J.D. from Stetson University College of Law and an LL.M in International Human Rights from Northwestern Pritzker School of Law. Before joining the Florida Community Development Legal Project, she used an international human rights law framework to represent clients in Kenya, Liberia, and Vietnam after their fundamental human rights were violated. She has taught university courses in ethics, business law, corporate social responsibility, and conflict resolution. She worked as a transactional business attorney at Forsyth & Brugger, PA in Naples, FL and a civil prosecutor for the Illinois Secretary of State Securities Department in Chicago, IL. With FCDL, she advocates for underserved communities by using legal representation to promote economic development creating sustainable business development and employment opportunities to stimulate growth and stability in Florida’s vulnerable communities.