Carli is an associate attorney with experience in land use and zoning law. Her practice covers real estate permitting and licensing, due diligence analyses, land use and zoning approvals, site planning, platting, concurrency, and vested rights.
She earned her Juris Doctor at the University of Florida Fredric G. Levin College of Law, with a certificate in Environmental and Land Use Law. She completed both graduate and undergraduate studies at the University of Pennsylvania, earning a Master’s Degree in Environmental Studies, with a concentration in Geology, as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies, with a concentration in Biology and minors in Psychology and Organizational and Environmental Management.
During her studies, she worked as a legal extern for Florida Power & Light/Next Era Energy, where she assisted Next Era’s environmental counsel in regulatory compliance. She then served as a research assistant for the University of Florida Oil Spill Research Team, funded by the McIntosh Foundation, which developed reports for use by the Gulf Coast Ecosystem Task Force in creating a Gulf restoration plan for President Obama.
Carli also served as Co-Chair and Finance Chair of the University of Florida Levin College of Law’s Public Interest Environmental Conference (PIEC).