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Jennifer Slone Tobin

Jennifer Slone Tobin


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Shutts & Bowen L L P
Orlando, FL
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Attorney Biography

Licensed for 23 years, Jennifer Slone Tobin is a Real Estate Law lawyer in Orlando Florida who attended Duke Law School

Practice Areas

 
Real Estate Law (100%)

Résumé - Jennifer Slone Tobin

Bar Licenses

Florida State Bar
Florida
Member in Good Standing
1998

Education

Duke Law School
Duke Law School

Specialty Certifications

The Florida Bar Board of Legal Specialization and Education
Board Certified Specialist
Real Estate Law
The Florida Bar Board of Legal Specialization and Education
2009

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Jennifer Slone Tobin
Shutts & Bowen L L P
300 S Orange Ave Suite 1000
Orlando, FL 32801
Office: 407-835-6960
Fax: 407-425-8316

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Bar Membership Information

Membership with The Florida Bar -

Jennifer Slone Tobin - Membership information with The Florida Bar - Find more information about Jennifer Slone Tobin on The Florida Bar website including the attorney's current membership classification, eligibility status and ten year discipline history, if any. Check the Florida bar website to make sure the attorney is a member in good standing with the Florida Bar and currently licensed to practice law in Florida.


Specialty Certification Information

Certified in Real Estate Law -

Florida Bar Board Certification in Real Estate Law - Real estate law involves either residential real estate or commercial real estate. Florida Lawyers certified in Real Estate Law by the Florida Board of Legal Specialization have demonstrated substantial involvement in this area of the law.


The minimum standards for real estate law certification is set out in Rule 6-9.3. Those requirements include the practice of law for at least 5 years, substantial involvement in the specialty of real estate law (40% or more in the 3 years immediately preceding application), and the completion of 45 hours of approved real estate law certification continuing legal education (CLE) in the 3 years immediately preceding application. The real estate attorney must also submit to peer review and pass a written examination.


Under Rule 6-9.2, the term "real estate law" is defined as the "practice of law, regardless of jurisdiction, dealing with matters relating to ownership and rights in real property including, but not limited to, the examination of titles, real estate conveyances and other transfers, leases, sales and other transactions involving real estate, condominiums, cooperatives, property owners associations and planned developments, interval ownership, zoning and land use planning regulation, real estate development and financing, real estate litigation, and the determination of property rights."


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