Practice Areas: Civil Litigation, Education Law, Administrative Law, Personal Injury
Bar Admission: 2001 Florida Bar
College: University of South Florida, B.A. 1998 (Cum Laude)
Law School: Florida State University, College of Law, J.D. 2001 (Cum Laude)
Member: Florida School Board Attorney Association
Biography: Paul Meeker was raised in Dade City, Florida, graduating with honors from Pasco Comprehensive High School. During law school, Paul clerked with Florida Department of Transportation and upon graduation, he returned to Pasco County where he began his career representing injured individuals. To this day, he continues to represent private individuals who have suffered injury due to the negligent actions of others. Additionally, since 2004, Paul has been actively representing the District School Board of Pasco County in civil litigation and administrative hearing matters. In 2011, he began to serve as assistant general counsel for the District School Board of Hernando County, advising the Board during public meetings and hearings. He also actively represents Hernando's School District in the area of exceptional student education and other administrative matters. Paul’s litigation experience includes jury trial experience in circuit, appellate, and administrative Courts, as well as representation before the Special Masters of the Florida Senate and House of Representatives. In addition, Paul has practiced in the area of Exceptional Student Education (ESE) litigation, where he has final hearing/trial experience before DOAH. He has been a member of the Florida School Board Attorneys Association since 2005. Paul regularly teaches Bible School at the Church of Christ in Trilacoochee, and has been actively volunteering as a youth soccer league coach since 2005.
Administrative Assistant: Martha Padron