Janeé Prince is an Associate in our Tampa Office. She practices first-party coverage and extra-contractual matters, including claims and lawsuits by businesses, condominium associations, and homeowners for property damage and business interruption issues.
She received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science – Pre-Law with a minor in Philosophy in Law from Michigan State University in 2011. She later earned her Juris Doctorate from Michigan State University College of Law in 2016. While in law school, Janeé focused on trial advocacy and joined the Geoffrey Fieger Trial Practice Institute – a two-year litigation-focused trial program.
Janeé has always been committed to increasing diversity and inclusion in the legal profession. In law school, she published an article in The University of Pennsylvania Journal of Law and Social Change entitled “Can I Touch Your Hair?” Exploring Double Binds and the Black Tax in Law School, 20 U. Pa. J.L. & Soc. Change 29 (2017).
Prior to joining Butler, Janeé served as an Assistant Public Defender in the 13th Judicial Circuit. As a trial attorney, Janeé was responsible for litigating cases from their inception. She conducted legal research and depositions, litigated motions, and conducted both jury and non-jury trials.