Langdon Lile is a third-year law student in the University of Miami School of Law’s joint J.D. and estate planning LL.M. program. The recipient of the Philip E. Heckerling Scholarship and a Dean’s Merit Scholarship, Langdon serves as President of the Honor Council and a Student Ambassador. In addition, he is a participant in the Spellman-Hoeveler Chapter of the American Inns of Court and The Real Property, Probate & Trust Law Society. Langdon earned a Bachelor of Arts in Government from the University of Virginia with a concentration in American Politics and a Certificate with Distinction in Business Fundamentals from the McIntire School of Commerce at U.Va.
Langdon was a Summer Associate in 2020 with Thompson Hine, the Cleveland, Ohio-based Am Law 200 firm with 400 attorneys in eight offices across four states and Washington, D.C. Langdon worked directly with the firm’s Personal Succession Planning group. In 2019, Langdon served as a Judicial Intern for the Honorable Edwin A. Scales III in Florida’s Third District Court of Appeal in Miami. He served as Staff Assistant to Florida Senator Kathleen Passidomo in 2018 and served as a Congressional aide in the office of then-Congressman Curt Clawson in 2017.
Langdon volunteers at Camillus House, a Miami non-profit that provides humanitarian services to homeless and indigent people, and supports Shake-A-Leg Miami, a non-profit focused on using water sports to build a community for children and adults with disabilities. An avid adventure traveler, Langdon has visited all seven continents and has summited Africa’s Mt. Kilimanjaro and Mt. Rainier in Washington state.