Diana Coada

Diana Coada

  • Shareholder

Diana Coada serves on the Firm’s Board of Directors. She represents planned communities in both South Carolina and North Carolina, handling collections of dues, evictions, drafting and interpretations of governing documents, and litigation.  She also supervises the consumer collections department covering hearings and trials in both South and North Carolina. Additionally, Diana represents parties in construction defect litigation.  She is among nine construction defect lawyers at Rogers Townsend.

Diana has more than eight years of experience in civil litigation, including contractual, equitable, and tortious claims.

While in law school, Diana served as the Senior Articles Editor for the ABA Real Property, Probate & Trust Journal during 2007-2008. Diana was also the president of the Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity, the USC School of Law section, in 2006-2007. She received the CALI Award in Income Taxation of Trust and Estates.

A native of Moldova, she is fluent in Romanian and Russian.



  • University of South Carolina, J.D., 2008
  • Anderson College, B.S., summa cum laude, 2005


  • North Carolina Bar
  • South Carolina Bar
    • Member, Young Lawyer Division
    • Member, International Law Committee
    • Member, Law Related Education Committee
  • Richland County Bar Association
  • American Bar Association
    • Member, International Law Section

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