Our Firm

The Wright Firm

Based in St. Augustine, the Wright Firm provides clients with focused legal services while maintaining a level of professionalism and personalized care.

Attorney & Counselor at Law
Florida Supreme Court Mediator
Qualified Parenting Coordinator
Licensed Florida Realtor

Andrea N. Wright

Since 2005, Andrea N. Wright has been working for the residents of St. Johns County. Beginning her career in the State Attorney's Office on behalf of the 7th Judicial Circuit, Ms. Wright established the Wright Firm to offer services to the neighborhood that she has called home for most of her life. With the goal to provide exceptional legal services and fight on behalf of her clients.


  • B.A. degree from Florida Atlantic University
  • J.D. degree from Florida Coastal School of Law
  • St. Johns County Bar Association
Certified Land Planner

Mark A. Knight

Mark has over twenty-five years of experience in Urban Planning and Architecture. He has served as project manager for planning efforts ranging from residential and commercial land developments to county comprehensive planning. He has been involved with preparation and implementation of community development regulations, neighborhood and community revitalization planning, governmental agency and studies coordination, recreation planning, environmental resource management, and land use design and development for both small scale and large scale totally inclusive developments. Mark is experienced in technical report writing, research and analysis, grant writing, feasibility studies, design and drafting, permitting, comprehensive plan amendments and rezoning including conventional zoning as well as Planned Unit Developments.


  • B.A. degree from University of Windsor, Ontario, Canada
  • Master of Arts degree in Economics
  • American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP)
  • Advanced Transportation Modeling Certification - FDOT

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