Brett Panter, Senior Partner, Recertified In Civil Trial Law By The Florida Bar, Board Of Legal Specialization And Education

Brett Panter, Senior Partner, Recertified In Civil Trial Law By The Florida Bar, Board Of Legal Specialization And Education

The firm of Panter, Panter & Sampedro, P.A., is proud to announce that Brett Panter, their Senior Partner, has been recertified in Civil Trial Law by The Florida Bar, Board of Legal Specialization and Education.Mr. Panter has maintained his certification and is Board Certified as a Specialist in Civil Trial Law from June 1, 1992 through May 31, 2012. The firm is proud that Mr. Panter has maintained this Certification for twenty consecutive years.The Florida Bar states that the words “Board Certified Specialist and Expert” mean that a Florida lawyer has special knowledge, skills and proficiency in a specific field of law.

The Supreme Court of Florida established Florida’s Board Certification Program in 1982 to enable consumers to identify attorneys who are qualified specialists.

Board Certification requires high standards, continuing legal education and professionalism in the practice of law.

Board Certification

The Supreme Court of Florida established Florida’s board certification program in 1982 to enable consumers to identify attorneys who are qualified specialists. A lawyer who is board certified by The Florida Bar has demonstrated ability and experience in his or her field and professionalism within the legal community.

Board certified members of The Florida Bar are the only Florida attorneys who may list Board Certified Specialist or Expert on business cards or letterhead, in legal directories or in advertising.

To find more information on each certification area and view listings of board certified attorneys by specialization areas, please visit www.FloridaBar.org/certification.

To become a board certified specialist, a lawyer must:

  • be an active member in good standing of The Florida Bar
  • have practiced for a minimum of five years
  • complete approved legal education programs
  • demonstrate substantial experience in the specialty area
  • be favorably evaluated by judges and other lawyers as to ability an experience in the specialty field
  • exhibit character, ethics and professionalism
  • pass a written examination in the specialty area

Board Certification requires high standards, continuing legal education and professionalism in the practice of law.

The words Board Certified, Specialist and Expert, mean that a Florida lawyer has special knowledge, skills and proficiency in a specific field of law.