Lois Paritsky is an attorney, licensed to practice law in New Jersey, and founding partner of Myers & Pico, PC. As a trial attorney she litigated a wide range of civil and criminal cases. The New Jersey Supreme Court appointed her to the Committee on Attorney Ethics, where she adjudicated cases involving the conduct of attorneys. She has been admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court.
Councilmember Paritsky first discovered Ponce Inlet in 2009 while on vacation, and made this paradise her home with her husband, Howard. In 2013, she served as Vice-Chair of the Planning Board until 2015, when she was elected to the Town Council. She currently serves as Second Vice-President to the Volusia League of Cities and she advocates in Tallahassee to protect and preserve what we value as a Town: peace, quiet and tranquility. She also serves as a member of the Advisory Board of the American Flood Coalition, a national organization focused on finding solutions to mitigate the damage caused by flooding and sea level rise. Councilmember Paritsky is an animal advocate, a member of the Animal Legal Defense Fund and a member of the Animal Law Section of the Florida Bar Association working to advance the welfare of animals through protections within the legal system.