William j fuller

WILLIAM J FULLER

LAWYER • MEDIATOR

423 Burns Court • Sarasota • FL 34236

941.955.6446  tel

fullerlawfirm@me.com

941.296.8900  fax

William Fuller is admitted to practice law in Florida and New York.  He is a Member of the Real Property, Probate & Trust Law Section of the Florida Bar and a member of the Sarasota County Bar Association.  He is Certified by the Supreme Court of Florida as a Circuit Mediator.

Mr. Fuller has 40 years of legal experience primarily with real property, probate, trust and business law.

His current and recent memberships and community affiliations include  the New York Bar, the Florida Bar, member of the Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section of the Florida Bar, the Sarasota County Bar Association, Chairman of the City of Sarasota Police Complaint Committee, Chairman of the City of Sarasota Police Advisory Panel,  and Chairman of the Coalition of City Neighborhood Associations (CCNA).

               Brief Formal Background

 

1966           B.A. in English, St. Lawrence University, New York

 

1967           M.S. in Journalism, Columbia University, New York City

                   School of International and Public Affairs

                   (International Fellow)

 

1967-70      U.S. Navy (Lt. USNR)

 

1970-77      IBM Corporation, New York City Programming Center

 

1975          J.D. in Law, Fordham University, New York City

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