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Anthony’s career has centered around his passion to advocate on behalf of those who truly need someone to stand in their corner.
Anthony graduated from Stetson University College of Law in 2016 with a concentration in social justice advocacy. He was the first male graduate with said concentration and brings his passion for social justice to every case he is assigned, big or small. Anthony also was accepted to the Jacob-Altenbernd Criminal Appellate Inn of Court. He believes that every case deserves zealous representation and cares about his clients.
Anthony also graduated as a pro bono scholar – dedicating many hours during law school to volunteer work. His most memorable experience was working at the Goodwill headquarters in Clearwater, Florida as a life skills development volunteer for handicapped individuals. Anthony also worked on a proposal to the Florida legislature regarding the reformation of juvenile expunction laws.
Anthony’s range of experience is significant. While his focus has been working in a legal aid environment, specializing in social security disability and consumer protection law, Anthony also has experience working with complex federal cases, both civil and criminal and has been immersed in high-level pretrial motion practice. Anthony has a humanistic approach to the law that allows him to handle his interactions with respect, whether he is speaking to a client facing homelessness or an AUSA in federal court.
Anthony has been recognized for his success on behalf of his clients in the SSDI and consumer protection context. Anthony achieved numerous favorable decisions at the reconsideration level of SSDI claims during his tenure in the homeless advocacy department of Gulfcoast Legal Services in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Anthony also worked as a consumer protection associate pending admission to the New York Bar at the Legal Aid Society of Northeasten New York, defending against default judgments, improper collections and abusive practices in utilities cases. Prior to his passage of the New York Bar Exam, he interned at LASNNY in the HIV/AIDS Law Consortium, a civil general practice for qualifying clients.
Anthony believes in the rule of law and works on behalf of his clients to ensure that they get the result they are entitled to. He recognizes that his profession dictates that he functions also as a counselor and wants to see his clients through difficult times as best he can.