Jacksonville attorney Terrence Harvey is experienced in the areas of civil litigation, real property, contract disputes and bankruptcy. Immediately prior to joining the Ezell Law Firm, Mr. Harvey was sole shareholder of a general civil litigation law firm specializing in real estate transactions, bankruptcy and insurance law. A FINRA-certified arbitrator, he has also arbitrated cases for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority since 2015.
Mr. Harvey is a member in good standing of The Florida Bar. He is a member of The Bar’s Real Property, Probate, and Trust Law Section, has served on the section’s Title Issues & Standards Committee, Real Estate Leasing Committee and Commercial Real Estate Committee, and is a 2020-2022 Real Property Section Fellow.
A past associate of the Chester Bedell American Inn of Court, Mr. Harvey is also a member of the Jacksonville Bar Association, Jacksonville Justice Association and Jacksonville Bankruptcy Bar Association. He is admitted to practice before the U.S. District Courts for the Southern District of Florida, Middle District of Florida and Northern District of Florida.
Mr. Harvey completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Florida, where he earned a degree in Business and was a Dr. Ronald McNair Scholar and a University Presidential Scholarship recipient. He obtained his J.D. from the University of Tennessee, where he was publications editor of The Tennessee Law Review and managing editor of Transactions: Tennessee Business Journal. An Art Stolnitz Scholarship Recipient who clerked for a criminal court judge while in law school, he was also a Pupil of the Hamilton Burnett American Inn of Court and served for two years as a Judicial Advisor for the University’s Office of General Counsel.
With a passion for helping others, Mr. Harvey is involved in a number of community and non-profit organizations. He currently sits on the Board of Directors of the Wayman Academy of the Arts, one of Duval County’s first charter schools, serves as a mentor through several nonprofit organizations, and has dedicated many hours to helping the community through his local church. Previously, he served as a Board Member of the Jacksonville Journey Oversight Committee, which was tasked with providing funding for programs designed to reduce crime and make Jacksonville’s neighborhoods safer, and was a mentor through the Big Brothers Big Sisters program.
A native of South Florida, Mr. Harvey resides in Jacksonville with Chassidy, his wife, and Duke, their 8-year-old Yorkie.