Naples, Florida, March 14th, 2017—Local law firm, Woodward, Pires & Lombardo, P.A. (www.wpl-legal.com) announces that Associate, Joseph Coleman has been accepted into the Bar of the United States District Court in the Southern District of Florida earlier this year. The Firm has offices in Naples and Marco Island and is the oldest law firm in Collier County, established in 1971.
Coleman holds a Juris Doctorate and Political Science degree from Florida State, and has been a member of the Florida Bar since 2015. His practice areas include commercial litigation, appeals, family/marital law, entertainment law and alternative dispute resolution. He is a Member of the Florida Bar Association, Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law Section and The American Bar Association, Intellectual Property Law- Copyright Section. He is also active in the Naples Junior Chamber.
Admission into the Bar of the United States District Court is an honor which is achieved by being an attorney in good standing of the Florida Bar and meeting the admissions requirement set forth by the District, including taking an Oath of Attorney and having an Order of Admission signed by the Duty Judge. Woodward, Pires & Lombardo, P.A. Managing Partner, Mark Woodward is pleased to recognize Coleman’s achievement.
“Joseph [Coleman] has been a member of our team for a number of years now and has proven to be an asset to the Firm. His thirst for knowledge serves him well as he continues his successful practice. We are eager to see him grow and excited for his future as he continues to be an integral part of Woodward, Pires & Lombardo, P.A. and our community,” he says.
About Woodward, Pires & Lombardo, P.A.
In 1971, Arthur V. Woodward founded the first law firm on Marco Island which emphasized the importance of a superior work ethic, collegiality and respect among our peers, and a social conscience that commands participation in opportunities for the good of the public. These guiding principles formed the tradition of excellence that the attorneys at WPL work hard to uphold today.