Statewide Office
Communications with this office will reach any of the attorneys or advocates listed below.

2509 First Avenue South
St. Petersburg, FL 33712
Phone:  (727) 323-2555
Fax:  (727) 323-2599
info@flspedlaw.com
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Mark S. Kamleiter, Esquire
Senior Attorney
Board Certified in Education Law
Statewide practice
mkamleiter@flspedlaw.com
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Diane Cardin-Kamleiter
Business management, Accounting, and Invoicing
dckamleiter@cs.com
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Taquaisha Johnson
Paralegal
tjohnson@flspedlaw.com
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Tammy Mullon,
Educational Advocate
(321)-432-2440 (Direct)
(727) 323-2555 (main office)
Fax:  321-821-1927
tmullon@flspedlaw.com
 Orange, Seminole, Volusia, Brevard, Osceola and surrounding counties
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Nina A. Kannatt, Esquire
Of Counsel
(904) 287-2299
nkannatt@flspedlaw.com
ninakannatt@gmail.com
Duval, St. Johns, Flager, Putnam, Clay, Nassau and surrounding counties
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Kimberley Spire-Oh, Esquire
Of Counsel
561-307-9620
kspireoh@flspedlaw.com
Collaborating Attorney
Palm Beach, St. Lucie, Broward, Martin, Miami-Dade and surrounding counties
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Melissa Caylor,
Educational Advocate
(727) 323-2555
mtremblay@flspedlaw.com
 Pinellas, Pasco, Polk Hillsborough and surrounding counties.
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Andrea Macintire
Education Advocate
2509 First Avenue S.
St. Petersburg, FL
(727) 323-2599
Pinellas, Pasco, Hillsborough, and surrounding counties
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Deborah Campbell,
M.A., CCC-SLP
Educational Advocate
(727) 323-2555
Northwest Central FL
Citrus, Levy, Hernando, Alachua, Marion, Sumter
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Wilbur Hawke
Educational Advocate
(727) 323-2555
Southwest Florida



Welcome to Special Education Law & Advocacy
The law firm of Special Education Law & Advocacy (SELA) has been established in St. Petersburg since 1993 (previously known as Mark S. Kamleiter, Attorney).  Building on his experience as an special educator and behavior specialist, Mark has developed this practice to the point where this firm is able to serve children with disabilities throughout the state of Florida.  Our firm is committed to maintaining highly personal, close professional relationships with each of our clients.  We also hope you will make this site your "go-to" site for the latest legal resources and information relative to Florida special education law and advocacy.

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SELA has launched this Special Education blog in order to better communicate with its friends and followers.  It is intended to be more interactive and informative than postings on our Facebook page. While the blog was started by Mark Kamleiter, Esq., the entire SELA team is invited to paraticipate in writing blog articles and responding to those with questions. To make this blog successful, we need your help.  You can help us by doing the following:

1.  Visit the blog and sign up as a follower
2.  Review the latest blog posing (or earlier ones) and make comments, ask questions, or suggest other topics.
3.  Share the blog with your friends who may be interested in special education.  It takes significant number of followers for the blog to show up in searches.

Go to https://specialedlawblog.wordpress.com