Gary Englander’s practice focuses on complex civil litigation. He has represented clients in actions involving fraud, civil theft, breaches of contract, serious personal injuries, and labor & employment litigation.
During law school, Gary worked with the Office of the Florida Attorney General as a law clerk in the Multistate Litigation Division. There, he concentrated on issues related to data and consumer privacy and co-authored a policy guide for handling data breaches. During his tenure with the Attorney General’s Office, Gary was recognized for his assistance in obtaining substantial recoveries for the State of Florida.
Outside of the civil arena, Gary has served as a certified legal intern with the Broward County State Attorney’s Office. There, he participated in all aspects of the criminal litigation process gaining invaluable courtroom experience. To that end, Gary participated in jury and bench trials, and prepared and argued numerous motions. Mr. Englander also had the privilege of serving as a law clerk with the United States Department of Justice in the U.S. Attorneys’ Office. In that capacity, he assisted in the preparation of trials and hearings as well as conducted research on complex and sensitive legal issues.
Education & Honors
Gary Englander obtained his Juris Doctor, summa cum laude, from Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad Law Center. Gary graduated first in his class and was a Dean Merit Scholarship Recipient as well as a Broad Fellowship Recipient.
During law school, Mr. Englander served as the Executive and Managing Editor of the International Citator and Research Guide and was selected to become a member of the Nova Trial Association. He also served as a teaching assistant for Professor Douglas Donoho. In that position, he taught first year law students basic legal writing and analysis. Gary received recognition for completing 300+ hours of Pro Bono service during law school.
Mr. Englander was awarded with several CALI book awards (“Highest Grade”) for his academic achievement in the following courses: Evidence, Business Entities, Torts, Wills & Trusts, Constitutional Law II (First Amendment), Interviewing & Counseling, and International Business Transactions.
Gary received his B.A. from the University of Central Florida where he majored in Political Science and minored in Criminal Justice and Legal Studies. While at the University of Central Florida, Gary was appointed to assist students in defending against charges brought by the University.
Gary is an active Rotarian and presently serves on the Board of Directors for the Fort Lauderdale Evening Rotary Club.
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