Isabel Jolicoeur, Esq.
Bar Admissions
  • Florida
  • University of Miami School of Law, J.D.
  • University of Georgia, B.A., Art History
  • University of Georgia, Minor, Spanish
Professional Associations
  • University of Miami Inter-American Law Review, Article and Comments Editor
  • University of Miami Children and Youth Law Clinic
  • Florida Youth Shine
  • Miami Dade Bar Association’s Personal Injury Subcommittee
  • Dean’s Certificate of Achievement for Outstanding Academic Performance in the Children and Youth Law Clinic
  • Honors in Litigation Skills I – Pretrial


Isabel Jolicoeur, Esq.

Phone: 305.376.8840


Isabel R. Jolicoeur is an associate attorney at Atkinson, P.A., where she represents clients in all matters of civil litigation matters involving personal injury, premises liability and insurance defense.


Ms. Jolicoeur graduated from the University of Miami School of Law. During law school, she was an Article and Comments Editor on the Inter-American Law Review, where her article, Custody Rights of Same-Sex Couples in the United States v. Chile: More Progress Needed was published. Ms. Jolicoeur also served as a clinic intern and then as a clinic fellow in the University of Miami Children and Youth Law Clinic. During her time in the Children and Youth Law Clinic, Ms. Jolicoeur served as a mentor of Florida Youth Shine, a non-profit charity advocacy organization that works with former foster youths, ages 13-24, to identify challenges and successes and educate the public to create a better child welfare system in Florida. She also interned with the Honorable Meenu Sasser in the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit and United States Judge William Matthewman in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

Prior to law school Ms. Jolicoeur graduated with a Bachelor in Arts from the University of Georgia in Art History and a minor in Spanish. Ms. Jolicoeur was also a Division 1 Athlete at the University of Georgia on the equestrian team, where she helped lead her team to the 2014 National Championship.

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