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Lori E. H. Killinger


Lori Killinger is a highly-sought after strategist with deep knowledge of the legislative and executive branch processes. In addition to her ability to navigate through those processes, Lori works on complex legal and legislative policies that have successfully affected change at all levels of government for her clients. With her experience in “all things government,” and her extensive legal background, Lori guides her clients, policymakers, and influencers on a myriad of issues including land use, environmental, infrastructure, energy, healthcare, housing, and technology. Lori has built a stellar reputation and is well-respected for her intellect and her integrity. Most importantly, the relationships she has built over the years have become her clients’ relationships furthering their ability to succeed.


Professional, Civic and Community Involvement

  • The Florida Bar, Member since 1988

  • Florida Association of Professional Lobbyists, Founding Member

  • Volunteer Florida, Board Member, appointed by Governor Ron DeSantis; Chair, External Affairs Committee

  • Top 100 Women Influencers of 2022, City and State Magazine

  • Women in Leadership, Florida Trend Magazine, November 2021

  • Martindale Hubbell AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rated Attorney

  • Florida Construction Coalition, Past-Chair

  • United States District Court, Southern and Middle Districts of Florida

Previous Professional Experience

  • In-house Counsel and Director of Government Relations, Florida Manufactured Housing Association, 1998-2007

  • Chief Attorney, Florida House of Representatives, Committee on Judiciary, 1996-1998

  • Executive Director, Late Governor Chiles’ Building Codes Study Commission, 1994-1996

  • Assistant General Counsel, Florida Department of Environmental Regulation, 1992-1994

  • Private Practitioner in Commercial Litigation, 1988-1992



  • J.D., Duke University School of Law, 1988

  • B.A., English Literature, University of Florida, 1985