Nadia received her law degree at Emory University where she focused on tax and estate planning law. While at Emory, she was the research assistant to Professor Jeffrey N. Pennell, well-known author in tax, trust and estates, and related wealth transfer practice areas. Her extracurricular activities revolved around her time spent working on The Journal of Law and Religion. Even though Ms. Malcolm was a scholar first and foremost, her most treasured claim to fame while at Emory Law was winning the affection of her classmates as her graduating class’s “Most Likely To Be a TV Judge.”
After graduating with her Juris Doctorate from Emory University, Nadia started her career in a trust and estates, tax, and wealth management focused firm. Hoping to expand her skill set, she then took a position as an Assistant Public Defender in the 10th Judicial Circuit. After a successful run as a criminal defense attorney, Ms. Malcolm worked for a large tax firm. Thanks to her unique career experience and fearless attitude towards litigation, she has continued success defending State of Florida financial-based criminal charges, primarily related to Florida Department of Revenue investigations.
Nadia Malcolm is a member of the Florida Bar and the Florida Bar Tax Section. In her spare time she likes frequenting Disney Parks and Club 33, of which she is a member.