Alicia Magazu, ESQ.

Alicia Magazu is a staff attorney at Community Legal Services of Mid-Florida (CLSMF). She joins FCDL's Project as part of the mid-Florida regional team. As a community development attorney Alicia focuses on providing legal services to non-profit groups working to increase and maintain affordable housing and revitalize neighborhoods. In her role as staff attorney with CLSMF Alicia previously served as the fair housing program manager where she worked on housing discrimination issues throughout Central Florida. Prior to her time at CLSMF, she worked in the fair housing unit at Jacksonville Area Legal Aid where she served as the program director for the St. Johns County’s Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice (2013). Before law school, Alicia was the production manager at Heekin Law Firm, P.A., where she processed and closed residential real estate transactions. Alicia received her Juris Doctor from Florida Coastal School of Law and her bachelors in business administration from the University of Florida. Go Gators! 

*Disclaimer: Florida Community Development Legal is not a law firm. Florida Community Development Legal is a project between Legal Aid providers: Bay Area Legal Services, Community Legal Services of Mid-Florida, Jacksonville Area Legal Aid, Legal Aid Service of Broward County, Legal  Services of Greater Miami, and Legal Services of North Florida. If you are eligible to become a client, you or your organization would become a client of one of the foregoing Legal Aid providers.