Jeffrey Jay Lebo
University of Tennessee College of Law, Knoxville, Tennessee J.D.- 1992. Admitted in Tennessee in 1992. Admitted in Florida in 1993.
Professional Activities: Board of Director and Corporate Secretary of the Community Alliance of Pinellas for Aids, Inc., Board of Director of Young Lawyers of both Clearwater and St. Petersburg Bars, Editorial Board member of the Res Ipsa Loquitur and Paraclete, Hearing Officer in Pinellas County Schools, Radio show host of Legal Briefs, Civil Rights Monitor in Mental Health Hospital, Background Research for Civil Rights Book, Current Chair-elect of the Clearwater Labor and Employment law committee, Current Arbitrator with State Attorney's Lemon Law Division. Frequent lecturer - ITT College, Dept. Of Motor Vehicles, Business seminars & Continuing Legal Education Speaker.
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin Bachelor of Arts - December, 1988
Majors: Political Science and International Relations with a specialty in American Foreign Policy
Overall: GPA-3.24; Upper-level GPA 3.55
Law Office of Jeffrey J. Lebo - Winter 1994 - Present
Worked on a wide variety of civil matters with an emphasis on employment litigation, family law and social security disability.
Alan Kay, P.A. - Fall 1993 - Winter 1994
Handled and managed cases in personal injury, bankruptcy, employment discrimination, divorce and social security. Assisted in wills, trusts, probate and estate planning.
Arthur Ray Law Offices - Winter 1992 - Fall 1993
Primary emphasis in labor and employment litigation including: Americans with Disabilities Act, Title VII and Sexual Harassment. Represented a number of small businesses on labor matters. Additionally, served as lead counsel on cases in a wide range of areas including: copyright, probate, domestic, personal injury and bankruptcy.
Delsea Snyder - Fall 1990 - Summer 1992
Worked for blind attorney in general practice setting. Completed extensive research in contracts, labor law, domestic relations and handicapped discrimination law.
Horace M. Brown - Summer 1991 - Summer 1992
Research and analysis of various bankruptcy problems. Wrote briefs in support of modified plans and prepared complex Chapter 11 and 12 reorganizations.
Milligan & Gilbert - Summer 1990
Researched and drafted complaints and pleadings in general civil practice firm. Represented clients concerning Social Security claims before an Administrative Judge.
Reinhart, Boerner, Van Dueren & Riesalbach S.C. - Winter 1989
Fifth largest law firm in Wisconsin. Co-ordinated and supervised auxiliary staff including inside messengers, outside messengers, copy room and fax machine operators, and mail room personnel.
American Bar Association - Labor and Employment Law Section, American Trial Lawyers Association, Defense Research Institute, National Employment Lawyers Association - Florida Chapter, Clearwater Bar Association, St. Petersburg Bar Association, AIFE, IFTA, AFAA.