FL Hearings & Admissions Lawyer

Orlando Bar Defense Attorney Filling in the Blanks

 

When it comes to completing Bar and law school applications, it is extremely unfortunate that many people spend minimal time researching their own background and passing attention to detail in composing responses. I have heard countless applicants express regret about not knowing the extent to which their Florida Bar and law school applications would be scrutinized for omissions and inaccuracies by the Florida Board of Bar Examiners.

 

My firm is in the business of answering questions and creating options. A number of Florida Bar applicants who worked with me before submitting their Bar applications were admitted without being called for a hearing before the Florida Board of Bar Examiners.

 

My vision is to empower clients through education. There are significant hazards of which to be aware when submitting any document that eventually falls under the inspection of the Florida Board of Bar Examiners, because the Board ultimately decides whether to recommend admission or not.

 

 

At the Intersection of Now and Your Future

 

From the outset or at any time during the Florida Bar admissions process, applicants contacting me can get straightforward guidance with Florida Bar and law school applications, amendments, responses to Florida Board of Bar Examiners’ requests, Notices to Appear for Investigative Hearing, Notices of Board Action and post-hearing proceedings, Specifications, conditional admissions, and Florida Bar readmissions.

 

I deal exclusively with The Florida Bar and its admissions process. My firm is a strategic resource experienced in responding to as many diverse questions as there are inquiring applicants.

 

If you find that you need a Florida Bar Defense Attorney, please contact me for qualified help.

 

  • Free Initial Consultations

 

  • Payment Plans

 

  • Evening and Weekend Appointments Available

 

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All Florida: 877-339-8280

Orlando Area: 321-228-2228

 

 

College of Law E. I. White Hall, Syracuse University