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February 25, 2017

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Florida Bar Board Certification Program

In recognition of the Florida attorneys and judges who have maintained their board certification since 1983.

| 6/6/2013

Celebrating 30 Years

The Florida Bar certified its first classes of certified lawyers in civil trial and tax law in 1983. Listed below are the Florida attorneys and judges who have maintained their board certification since 1983.

Northwest Florida

Monticello · Pensacola · Tallahassee

  • Jon D. Caminez | Caminez & Hardee, P.A. | Monticello | Civil Trial
  • S. William Fuller, Jr. | Fuller, Mitchell, Hood & Stephens, LLC | Tallahassee | Civil Trial
  • Robert D. Hart, Jr. | Clark Partington Hart | Pensacola | Tax
  • Robert S. Hightower | Robert S. Hightower, Attorney at Law | Tallahassee | Tax
  • T. Larry Hill | Moore Hill & Westmoreland, P.A. | Pensacola | Civil Trial
  • James P. Judkins | Judkins Simpson, High & Schulte | Tallahassee | Civil Trial
  • Danny L. Kepner | Shell Fleming Davis & Menge, P.A. | Pensacola | Civil Trial
  • E. C. Deeno Kitchen | Ervin Kitchen & Ervin | Tallahassee | Civil Trial
  • Fredric G. Levin | Levin, Papantonio, Thomas, Mitchell, Rafferty & Proctor | Pensacola | Civil Trial
  • William V. Linne | William V. Linne, Attorney at Law | Pensacola | Tax
  • Wright Moulton | Moulton McEachern & Walker | Pensacola | Tax

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