Joelle Bordeaux, Esquire
(formerly known as Schultz)
Joelle Bordeaux began her legal career in 2007 and has since flourished in her practice. Mrs. Bordeaux served on the Barney Masterson Inn of Court from 2013 through 2017 (serving as President for the 2016-2017 year wherein the Inn, for the first time since inception, reached Platinum status with the American Inns of Court); was named by Legal Elite to the list of Up and Comers in 2015; Served on the Florida Bar 6E Grievance Committee from July 2016 through July 2019 (where she served her last approximate year as the Chair); Named a Rising Star by Super Lawyers in 2017; An Avvo “Superb” rated lawyer in both litigation and business from 2018 through 2020, was Rated Best of Tampa Bay Series in 2019; Nominated as a Super Lawyer from 2019 and 2020 and most recently, in 2020, recognized by Lawyers of Distinction for her excellence in Civil Litigation.
Alexis Campisi was born and raised in Trinity, Florida. A former internationally-ranked athlete and dedicated advocate, Alexis has the strong work ethic and determination to ensure her work exceeds expectations. Ms. Campisi graduated from Stetson University College of Law with her Juris Doctor in 2019. While in law school, she concentrated on issues in Elder Law, including nursing home abuse, problems arising from incapacity, and complex Estate Planning. She also concentrated on issues with gift and estate taxation and small business succession planning. While in school, she dedicated her time to advocating for reproductive rights for women as the President of If/When/How, which provided her opportunity to work with the medical field as she presented a colloquium at USF’s Morsani College of Medicine to medical
students and physicians promoting the medical community’s involvement in presenting evidence-based research to legislators to inform and influence public policy. She also advocated for Mental Health awareness and self-care practices on campus as the American Bar Association Law Student Division’s Mental Health Chair. Additionally, Ms. Campisi co-authored the Florida Association for Women Lawyers’ Courthouse Lactation Room Handbook, a comprehensive compliance guide outlining best practices for establishing and maintaining safe breastfeeding spaces for women in the state’s courthouses. This Handbook has been distributed to every courthouse in Florida.
Before attending law school, Ms. Campisi attended the University of South Florida where she earned her Bachelor’s of Arts in Philosophy and Bachelor’s of Arts in English Literary Studies. She also was a member of the USA National Karate Team, winning competitions across the United States and in Japan and Slovenia.
When Ms. Campisi is out of the office, she enjoys spending time and playing with her daughter, exploring Disney World as though she hasn’t visited 100 times, staying active, and promoting self-care and discussing motherhood on her mom lifestyle blog.
Iris Revollo is a native of Honduras who moved to the United States in 2004. She obtained her Associates Degree in Legal Studies in 2013. Since then, she developed her extensive legal skills and knowledge with various law firms. In 2019, she brought her experience in the legal industryas well as her determination to excel to the Law Office of Joelle Bordeaux, PLLC. Her vast legal knowledgecoupled with her positive attitude and continued willingness to learn and grow has made her an invaluable asset with whom the Firm looks forward to growing with. She is also currently working towards her NALA paralegal certificate.
Office Manager / Legal Assistant
Kelsie Lewis grew up in Plant City, Florida, the strawberry capital of the nation. Kelsie brought her extensive administrative experience to the Law Office of Joelle Bordeaux, PLLC in 2019. Her attention to detail and eagerness to grow has made her an invaluable asset to the Firm.