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Board Certification

Why Florida Bar Board Certification is Important

A lawyer has to do a terrific job for clients, but to get to that point, a client must consider an attorney’s experience and qualifications, including board certification.

According to The Florida Bar, “board certification recognizes attorneys’ special knowledge, skills and proficiency in various areas of law and professionalism and ethics in practice. … helps consumers identify specialists in various areas of law.”

Board Certification

Attorney Jeffrey C. Regan

Managing Partner

30+ years practicing Florida law, Florida Bar Board Certified in Business Litigation, and in Construction Law.

Board Certification

Attorney F. Eugene Atwood

Partner

20+ years practicing Florida law, Florida Bar Board Certified in Construction Law; admitted in Florida and Georgia.

Orlando Florida Attorney-Charles-R-Walker-Jr-Regan-Atwood

Attorney Charles R. Walker, Jr.

Partner

19 years practicing Florida law, Florida Bar Board Certified in Construction Law.

Jacksonville Florida Attorney Rebecca A Ross Regan Atwood

Attorney Rebecca A. Ross

Partner

10 years practicing Colorado and Florida law, Florida Bar Board Certified in Construction Law; admitted in Florida and Colorado.

Jacksonville Florida Attorney Chad A. Dean Regan Atwood

Attorney Chad A. Dean

Partner

17 years practicing Florida law, concentrating in real estate and title litigation, homeowner and association litigation, commercial litigation and real estate transactions.

Board Certification

Attorney Judson C. Bradley

Associate

Four years practicing Florida law, concentrating in construction litigation, business litigation and real estate litigation.

What is Board Certification?

Florida is different than most states because Florida offers Board Certification for attorneys, a process which involves a peer review, and specialty competency exams. The Florida Bar Board of Legal Certification handles lawyer board certification.

Board certification requires that an attorney has practiced a minimum of five years. The attorneys are vetted, peer reviewed, and have to demonstrate exceptional ability in their specific practice area, and sit for an exam.

Board Certification
Board Certification

Board certified attorneys must recertify every five years, which requires substantial continuing and advanced education credits in their certified areas. In certain certifications, such as Jeffrey C. Regan’s in business litigation, the trial of five cases every five years along with input from the judges in those cases.

The Florida Bar states that only seven percent of Florida attorneys are board certified. Only board certified attorneys are allowed to state they are experts or specialists within a specified practice area. An attorney must be board certified to be deemed expert. Specialist and expert are words that are proudly stated by the Regan Atwood board certified attorneys.

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