Marciana Logu was born in Shkoder, Albania, and moved to the United States as a young child. She became a United States citizen at age 19 and pursued her dream to become an attorney. She attained her Associates in Criminal Justice from Keiser University and then received her Bachelor's Degree in Legal Studies from the University of Central Florida. She attended Florida Coastal School of Law and was elected to the Student Bar Association while also being co-chair of the Multicultural Affairs Committee. Marciana graduated with her Juris Doctorate and was licensed by the Florida Bar in 2016.
Marciana has prior experience practicing immigration, civil, traffic, and divorce law but she joined Ron Sholes, P.A. in 2018, dedicating herself solely to personal injury. She prides herself in giving aggressive representation to all clients and in being the voice for those who may not otherwise have one. She applied to Ron Sholes, P.A. because of the firm’s dedication to personal representation and service to the community.
Marciana is a member of the Young Lawyers section and provides pro bono service regularly. She participates in Jacksonville Legal Aide’s annual pro bono Citizenship Day, where they help permanent residents apply for citizenship.
- Associate of Art in Criminal Justice – Keiser University
- Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies – University of Central Florida
- Juris Doctorate – Florida Coastal School of Law
Awards & Certifications:
- Attorney of the Month, Ron Sholes P.A., 2018, 2020, 2021
- Client Satisfaction Award, Ron Sholes P.A., 2021
Professional Associations & Memberships:
- Florida Bar Association
- Florida Bar Young Lawyers Division