Community Association Attorney Job in Panama City Beach, FL Near Me - 329738 |

Community Association Attorney

Type Full-Time

Location Florida - Panama City Beach

Job ID X5V4329738

Experience Level Midlevel Associate

Job Experience Min. 3 Years

Ranking 3 : Mostly Business $$$

Estimated Salary Lower than Highest Salary Band in Market (Varies by Firm)

Practice Areas Real Estate - General

2024-04-02 09:35:41

A law firm seeks a Community Association Attorney for its Panama City Beach, FL, office.

Job Overview:

The Community Association Attorney will advise on and handle legal matters pertaining to community associations, ensuring compliance with Florida's Chapters 718 and 720. They will work closely with the firm's principal to enhance client relationships, manage caseload efficiently, and uphold its reputation for excellence and innovative problem-solving.


  • Advise on legal matters concerning community associations, including governance, meeting attendance, and compliance with Florida's Chapters 718 and 720.
  • Work closely with the firm's principal to enhance and expand client relationships.
  • Manage the existing caseload efficiently to provide the highest level of client service.
  • Uphold and contribute to the firm's reputation for excellence and innovative problem-solving in complex legal issues.


  • Active membership in the Florida Bar.
  • Minimum of 3 years of experience in community association law or a related field.
  • Demonstrated organizational and communication skills aimed at maintaining and strengthening client relationships.
  • Ability to independently manage cases, demonstrating reliability and leadership.

Education and Certifications:

  • Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree from an accredited law school.
  • Admission to the Florida Bar.


  • Proficiency in legal research and writing.
  • Strong understanding of Florida's Chapters 718 and 720.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks effectively.

This Northwest Florida law firm serves community associations, corporations, real estate investors, and developers. Its practice areas include estate planning, litigation, real estate, community association, and corporation law.

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