Andrew Clifford d’Adesky practices in the area of public finance and local government law. He works primarily in the areas of special districts and local government law, specializing in serving as counsel for Florida community development districts. Mr. d’Adesky also has experience in real estate law and counsels clients on various aspects of real estate transactions.
Before attending law school, Mr. d’Adesky worked in local government and government consulting in North Carolina, particularly regarding municipal annexation and incorporation. While at law school, he was a distinguished member of the Florida Moot Court, both arguing before the Florida Supreme Court and winning best team and best oralist at the Boston Regional American Bar Association Competition. During law school, he clerked with the Alachua County Attorney’s Office as well as the Aviation Division of the Broward County Attorney’s Office.