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Legal Elite Profile: Nicholas Shannin

| 6/24/2013

Practice Areas:

  • Civil Appeals, including Family Law
  • Government Law
  • Civil Litigation
  • Mediation

Nick Shannin, Board Certified Appellate Attorney, concentrates his practice in appellate and trial assistance in all civil litigation matters, including state and federal appeals, family law, commercial and insurance coverage cases, trial motion practice and writs of certiorari. Additionally, he focuses on local governmental law, including representation of government municipalities, officials and individuals. He also assists attorneys with their civil and appellate fee issues as an expert witness. As a Certified Circuit, Appellate, and Federal Court Mediator, he assists litigants to end rather than prolong litigation. He is rated AV® Preeminent™ by Martindale-Hubbell and is admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of the United States, U.S. Court of Appeals (Fifth, Eleventh and Federal Circuits), and U.S. District Court in the Middle, Northern and Southern Districts of Florida. He is a graduate of Rice University and the University of Florida College of Law, and is a 2006-2013 Legal Elite Honoree.

Shannin Law Firm, P.A.
214 East Lucerne Circle, Suite 200
Orlando, FL 32801
(407) 985-2222
nshannin@shanninlaw.com
www.shanninlaw.com

Tags: Politics & Law, Legal Elite

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