Carter Burgess joins Holland & Knight; 25 attorneys join 4th Circuit and JBA
The final round of Florida Coastal School of Law’s 2017 Moot Court Honor Board Competition was argued Tuesday in the law school’s Martha and Irving Sonnenschein Appellate Courtroom.
Law students Arian Hernandez, Mikaela Kidriu and Andrew Moss prevailed before the panel comprising state Supreme Court Justice and Moot Court Chief Justice Peggy Quince, U.S. Magistrate Judge Patricia Barksdale and U.S. District Judge Scott Makar.
The final round was the culmination of two days of competition that began with 27 law students.
The video of the competition may be viewed at youtube.com/watch?v=iFPgjDqh6UQ&feature=youtu.be.
Camerlengo and Anderson establish law firm, subsidiary
Joseph Camerlengo and Gregg Anderson left the Coker, Schickel, Sorenson, Posgay, Camerlengo and Iracki law firm and established Camerlengo & Anderson and its subsidiary, The Truck Accident Law Firm.
They will specialize in litigation involving tractor-trailer, bus and commercial motor vehicle crashes.
Former Coker attorney Leslie Sloan and former Akerman attorney Heather Solanka joined the firm as well.
Camerlengo & Anderson is in the Stein Mart building on the Southbank at 1200 Riverplace Blvd., Suite 902.
Carter Burgess joins Holland & Knight
Litigation attorney Carter Burgess has joined Holland & Knight’s Jacksonville office as a senior counsel.
He formerly was with the McGlinchey Stafford law firm.
Burgess focuses his practice on commercial litigation and consumer financial services litigation, representing national and state banks, auto finance companies, credit card issuers and servicers, credit unions, mortgage banks and lenders, mortgage loan servicers, and third-party collectors.
He received his J.D. degree from Florida Coastal School of Law, where he served as editor of the Florida Coastal Law Review.
25 attorneys join 4th Circuit and JBA
Fourth Judicial Circuit Chief Judge Mark Mahon administered the Oath of Attorney to 25 law school graduates Thursday at the Duval County Courthouse.
They also became members of The Jacksonville Bar Association, with their dues for the first year sponsored by some of the association’s active members, said JBA Executive Director Jim Bailey, former publisher of the Daily Record.
“Today, you are moving into a profession of which you can be very proud. It is a profession that’s dedicated to helping others,” said Tad Delegal, president of the JBA board of directors, before Mahon administered the oath.