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Before going to law school, Timothy was working as an Illinois Certified Public Accountant (CPA), having received his certification in 1989. He spent four and a half years working for Arthur Andersen & CO., Chase Manhattan Bank and Shand Morahan & Company.
Timothy went to John Marshall Law School, graduating and being admitted to the Bar in May 1994 (Cum Laude) and was a staff member of the Journal of Computer and Information Law. He opened his own law...
Prior to joining the Firm, Sara worked for the Board of Governors of the State of Florida University System under the University of Florida J. Hillis Miller Health Center Self-Insurance Program defending participating health care providers. She worked on an array of topics related to trial preparation and alternative dispute resolution for malpractice defense cases.
Her passion for health care law brought her to work for the University of Florida Health System and...
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He has worked for Bogin, Munns & Munns until December 2019, Shands Legal Services and Watson, Folds & Walker, P.A. before going into private practice in 2002. Mr. Buckley has two children, and he remains active in his son's Cub Scout troop.
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