The Ezell Law Firm will celebrate its ten-year anniversary on March 1, 2019, announced Brenda Ezell, owner and sole shareholder. The firm’s longevity is particularly notable because Ezell specializes in commercial real estate law, and her firm was founded during an extremely difficult time in local and national real estate markets.
“I am delighted that the Ezell Law Firm is still here 10 years after an inauspicious beginning during the Great Recession,” said Ezell. “We are poised for expansion after 10 years as a solo practice, and I couldn’t be happier.”
Located in Mandarin, the Ezell Firm provides legal representation in all areas of commercial real estate. One thing that sets the firm apart is its use of flat-fee pricing as opposed to traditional hourly billing, which provides clients with financial predictability as well as sophisticated legal services. The firm is certified by the National Minority Supplier Diversity Counsel as a Minority Business Enterprise, by the State of Florida as a Veteran, Woman and Minority Owned Business Enterprise, by the Florida Department of Transportation as a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE), and by the City of Jacksonville as a Small and Emerging Business (JSEB).
About Brenda Ezell
With experience honed in the real estate department of Rogers Towers, the City of Jacksonville’s Office of General Counsel and Edwards Cohen, Brenda Ezell founded the Ezell Law Firm in 2009. Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Real Estate Law, Ms. Ezell is an honors graduate of Jacksonville University and The University of Florida’s Levin School of Law. A member of the Jacksonville and American Bar Associations and the Executive Council of The Florida Bar’s Real Property Probate and Trust Law Section, she is also a 2012 graduate of Leadership Jacksonville, a graduate of the Florida Bar Leadership Academy (Class I), and a member and past president of the board of Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) Jacksonville.
Ezell is also an active community trustee, serving as a member of the boards of directors for ElderSource, Inc., Clearly Jacksonville and the Waverly Academy Charter School for Girls, as well as the board of advisors of Jacksonville University’s Public Policy Institute. She is a member of the Bold City Chapter of The Links, Incorporated, CREW Network, and the Jacksonville and American Bar Associations, as well as the Executive Council of the Florida Bar’s Real Property Probate and Trust Law Section, for which she chairs the Real Estate Leasing Committee and co-chairs the Membership & Inclusion Committee. She is a member of the board and immediate past president of the Jacksonville Area Real Estate Council. Among a number of peer-reviewed honors, most recent is Ms. Ezell’s recognition as a 2019 Florida Super Lawyer.
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