Kristin N. Eick



Kristin Eick is a partner with Garganese, Weiss, D’Agresta & Salzman, P.A. She is certified by The Florida Bar as a specialist in city, county, and local government law and focuses her practice on local government and land use law. Ms. Eick previously served for nearly eight years as a City Attorney and Assistant City Attorney for a number of cities in Washington State before returning to her home state of Florida. She was named a Rising Star in Super Lawyers Magazine between 2010 and 2016 in Washington State. She currently serves as an Assistant City Attorney for the cities of Cape Canaveral, Cocoa, and Winter Springs.

Ms. Eick grew up in Jacksonville, Florida. She attended Rollins College, earning her undergraduate degree in History. She earned her law degree from Seattle University School of Law, graduating magna cum laude. While in law school, Ms. Eick was a Research and Technical Editor for the Seattle University Law Review, a legal intern for Judge Sue L. Robinson with the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware, and a legal extern for Administrative Law Judge Zulema Hinojos-Fall with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.


  • City, County, and Local Government Law
  • Land Use and zoning
  • Super Lawyers Rising Star – Washington State – 2010 – 2016

Certified by The Florida Bar in City, County and Local Government Law. Certified lawyers in city, county and local government law deal with legal issues of county, municipal or other local governments such as special districts, agencies and authorities. City, county and local government law also includes litigation in the federal and state courts and before administrative agencies, and the preparation of legal instruments for city, county and local governments.