Adrianna Vladika-Paralegal Spotlight of the Month
Adrianna was recently recognized by the Charleston Association of Legal Assistants (CALA).
Adrianna was born and raised in Scranton, PA, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology, with a minor in criminal justice from the University of Scranton. Adrianna started her career in the legal field during her time in college. In 2013, she interned for Judge Robert Mazzoni at the Lackawanna County Courthouse, in Scranton. After completion of that internship, she started as an undergraduate intern with the clerk’s office at the William J. Nealon Federal Building & U.S. Courthouse. In 2014, after graduation from college, Adrianna moved to Virginia, where she worked as a paralegal assistant for Rutter Mills, LLP, in Norfolk. In 2015, she was promoted to the position of litigation paralegal for Robert C. Slaughter, III, where she handled personal injury cases for the states of Virginia and North Carolina.
In April 2018, Adrianna moved to Charleston, SC, following her love for the city, where she is currently a paralegal for tobacco litigation and she also handles cases concerning securities and consumer fraud at Motley Rice, LLC.
The CALA recognition stated, “Welcome to Charleston! We are excited to have someone with such a complex legal background be a part of our association.”
Adrianna Vladika is a member of GCU Lodge 211 and the daughter of National Director Gregory and Crystal Vladika.