Paul Remillard has been dedicating himself to passionately defending his client’s disputes for over 35 years and is a member of the Florida Bar, Colorado Bar and the U.S. District Courts of the Southern and Middle Districts of Florida. His law firm, Remillard Law Firm, offers many services to lawyers and law students such as mediations, ethical counsel for lawyers and bar admission assistance to law students.
Mediation and Ethical Issues
Mr. Remillard has mediated over 4000 cases since 1995. He was certified by the Supreme Court of Florida in 1996 and is recognized as one of the most experienced and successful mediators in Florida with a settlement rate of over 90%.
Paul Remillard can assist as an expert witness on ethics issues, and serves as counsel for lawyers facing disciplinary proceedings as well as, use his extensive experience to help law students that require special attention during their Florida Bar admission period. Paul is well qualified to defend all manner of other licensed professionals including doctors, teachers, nurses, etc. He is committed to defending your interests, employing all the skills and knowledge in his possession to ensure that you receive the desired outcome.
In selected cases, Mr. Remillard works as a trial attorney where ethical and professional matters are before the court.
After graduating near the top of his class from Nova University College of Law, he worked as an Assistant State Attorney for the Eleventh Judicial Circuit under the direction of the Honorable Janet Reno. During his time as Assistant State Attorney, he became very familiar with jury trials and understands firsthand how juries view cases. He has gained vast experience in everything from mere misdemeanors to complex drug trafficking cases and murder trials.
Mr. Remillard has over 25 years of experience in assisting Law Students gain admission to The Florida Bar. He has handled over 400 investigative hearings and has a ninety percent success rate when representing clients in investigative hearings. Mr. Remillard can assist in drafting answers to the more intrusive questions such as police encounters, substance abuse, inquiries in to mental emotional counseling and treatment, alcohol abuse, institutional discipline such as plagiarism, violation of honor codes in either under grad or law school and any other issues that the board feels it necessary to inquire further before granting character and fitness clearance.