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Sienna C. Sprinkle



Sienna C. Sprinkle graduated from University of Montana, Bozeman with a B.A. in Political Science, and had previously worked with the Idaho State Legislature, House of Representatives. Upon graduation, she began working in the legal field at one of Montana’s largest business law firms. She later attended Florida Coastal School of Law where she received her J.D.

During law school she interned with the public defender’s office in New Mexico gaining practical and real-life courtroom experience. Prior to joining the Firm and as a member of the Florida Bar, Ms. Sprinkle gained considerable insight as an Associate with various northeast law firms where she accumulated experience in multiple courts throughout the region and handled a range of legal matters related to family law, criminal defense, probate and wills, foreclosure defense, and traffic violations, among others. During her years in practice, Ms. Sprinkle established herself as a zealous advocate and assisting the rights of men, women and families she represented while practicing at one of the areas predominant family law firms. There she earned a reputation for prioritizing close working relationships and personalized attention to her clients and developed individually tailored solutions to solve their unique legal problems while prevailing at court to safeguard their rights.

Ms. Sprinkle is currently a member of the Family Law American Inn of Court and has experience both in and outside of the courtroom. She lives in Jacksonville, Florida where she enjoys spending time outdoors, traveling, and exploring the area with her dog. She joined Landau & Associates in 2018 and is eager to bring her diverse background into Personal Injury Protection.

Bar Admissions:

  • Florida, 2014

Professional Associations:

  • Family Law American Inn of Court
  • Broward County Bar Association


  • Florida Coastal School of Law, Juris Doctorate
  • University of Montana, Bachelor of Arts, Political Science

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