Adriana Cioara is an attorney for The Ward Law Group, P.L., and manages the attorneys, investigators, and the Intake Department. She also oversees LITIFY, the Firm’s case management software. She is an active member of the Florida Bar.
Ms. Cioara brings an impressive track record of business innovation to The Ward Law Group team. She is a visionary who strategically implements effective techniques to bring sound business ideas to fruition. Using both her education and passion for the law and her strong business acumen and visionary approach to operations, Ms. Cioara champions creative approaches and out-of-the-box thinking to provide justice to the Firm’s clients and establish systems and processes to streamline Firm operations.
In addition to her role with The Ward Law Group, Ms. Cioara also serves as Vice President for Ortho-Cycle Co., Inc., a company that cleans, inspects, sorts, and decontaminates orthodontic appliances in addition to buying and selling them. Before attending law school, she worked for JPMorgan Chase Legal.
Ms. Cioara earned her Bachelor of Science in legal studies with minors in history, humanities, and psychology from Nova Southeastern University. She went on to earn her Master of Business Administration from that same institution in 2008 and then her Juris Doctor in 2015
from Western Michigan University’s Thomas M. Cooley Law School. There, she received the Fitzgerald Student Award and Leadership Achievement Award and made the Dean’s List in 2014 and 2015.
While completing her J.D., Ms. Cioara was active in several campus and community organizations, including the Christian Legal Society, Irish Association, Phi Delta Phi, Phi Alpha Delta, and the Student Bar Association. She held leadership positions in the American Bar Association Law Student Division as treasurer, vice president, and interim president. Further, she participated in pro bono work for Service to Soldiers at Camp Grayling in Michigan, interned at The Sixty Plus, Inc., and worked with the Honorable Rosemarie Aquilina in the 30th Circuit Court for Ingham County, Michigan.
Ms. Cioara is still committed today to making an impact in her community. She is involved in her local church, including serving as a Sunday School teacher directing children's drama productions. She has also traveled to Nicaragua to provide humanitarian aid and sound biblical truths.