New assistant director joins career development
Lori Little (JD 99) has joined the Center for Career Development as its newest assistant director. Little will oversee the development and presentation of programs relevant to private practice and professionalism, including events and panels to provide students an opportunity to be heard and meet with practicing attorneys. She will also provide a series of workshops for students on drafting resumes and letters, interviewing skills and networking. Little is a member of The Florida Bar and a certified circuit-civil mediator. Little graduated magna cum laude from the University of Florida, earning a bachelor of arts in business administration and a minor in political science, and graduated cum laude from the UF Levin College of Law. Before joining the Center for Career Development, Little worked for 10 years as an associate for an Ocala firm representing insurance companies and businesses in workers’ compensation cases. In 2010, she started a general practice law firm and mediation practice, representing clients in contractual and business disputes. Little also represented children as a guardian ad litem attorney.