Amanda K. Barritt is Florida Bar Board Certified in Condominium & Planned Development Law and serves as chair of the firm’s Real Estate and Condominium and Homeowners’ Associations Practice Group. She concentrates her practice in real estate law and, more specifically, in the areas of residential and commercial community associations, real estate transactions, easements, contract preparation, and real estate development. Amanda represents residential and commercial condominium, homeowners’ and property owners’ associations, non-profit social and recreational clubs, developers, builders and individuals. She also contributes articles on these topics on the firm’s blog, The Legal Scoop on Southwest Florida Real Estate.
In 2018, Amanda was selected as one of Florida Trend Magazine’s Legal Elite. All Florida practicing lawyers were asked to name attorneys who they hold in the highest regard, would recommend to others, and who exemplify a standard of excellence in their profession and by so doing, have garnered the respect and esteem of their colleagues. The final list represents less than 1.2% of active members of the Florida Bar. Naples Illustrated listed Amanda as a 'Top Lawyer' in 2019, and for 2020 she was named by Best Lawyers in America® for her work in real estate law.
Amanda was born in Tampa, Florida, and grew up in Brandon and Valrico. While in law school, Amanda worked as a law clerk in Florida’s Division of Land Sales, Condominiums and Mobile Homes and served as administrative editor on the Florida State University Law Review. She practiced real estate law in Destin, Florida, prior to moving to Fort Myers, where she currently lives with her family and two dogs. Outside of the office, Amanda enjoys going to the beach with her family, cruising, and doing arts and crafts with her children.
Professional and Civic Affiliations
Amanda is a member of the Real Estate Investment Society, Real Property Probate & Trust Section and Condominium and Planned Development Committee of The Florida Bar, Lee County Bar Association, and Lee County Association of Women Lawyers. She is also leader of her daughters’ Girl Scout troop, and a member of an allocations team for the United Way of Lee, Hendry, Glades and Okeechobee Counties.