Enrico Raymond Zanella, Esquire has been a resident of the Tampa Bay Region for over twenty (20) years, graduating from East Lake High School in 2006. Upon graduation, he attended undergrad at Palm Beach Atlantic University on a soccer scholarship where he was a four (4) time National Collegiate Athletic Association (N.C.A.A.) Scholar-Athlete recipient, a graduate of the distinguished Fredrick M. Supper Honors Program and in May of 2010 he received his Bachelor of Arts in History with a minor in Chemistry. Enrico received his Juris Doctorate in May of 2014 from Ave Maria School of Law in Naples, Florida.
During his time in law school, he interned for the Florida Family Policy Council (F.F.P.C.) in Orlando, Florida and for Senator Marco Rubio at his Southeast Regional Office in Naples, Florida. Enrico was actively involved in Moot Court where he was designated the Manager of External Competitions and in 2012 was the Robert H. Bork Moot Court Competition Winner, including having submitted the best brief and being designated the competition’s best oralist. Enrico was awarded the CALI Excellence Award for being the top student in his Labor and Employee Rights Practicum under Former National Labor Relations Board Member John N. Raudabaugh and was the selected member for the 38th Annual Robert F. Wagner National Labor & Employment Law Moot Competition in New York City, New York.
Since graduation, Enrico has worked almost exclusively in Marital and Family Law. Enrico has volunteered his time as a court appointed Guardian ad Litem in Pinellas and Pasco Counties and is a licensed competitive youth soccer coach for the West Florida Flames. Currently, Enrico is the head coach and age group coordinator for the U8 Boys Academy and is a head coach in the U14 Boys program for the West Florida Flames. When he is not working or coaching, he spends his time traveling around the State of Florida and researching Florida History.