Samuel Jacobs is an Attorney at Kelley Kronenberg, where he assists in handling matters related to First-Party Property Defense.
Before joining Kelley Kronenberg as an associate, Samuel participated in the firm’s First-Party Property Law “Klinic,” a four-week program for newly licensed attorneys to receive comprehensive training in First-Party Property Litigation; upon successful completion of which, they receive placement with a specific team to handle cases alongside an experienced Partner independently.
Samuel earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Florida State University, where he made Dean’s List. He went on to earn his Juris Doctor degree from The University of Miami School of Law, where he was a Dean’s Merit Scholar.
While in law school, Samuel worked as a Judicial Intern for Judge Christina Serrano in the Eighteenth Judicial Circuit, where he conducted research for pending family law disputes and saw many criminal and civil hearings involving dependency, delinquency, and domestic violence proceedings in the family division. Samuel also gained legal experience working as a Law Clerk at local law firms, where he was exposed to personal injury, general liability, insurance defense, workers’ compensation, real estate, and commercial litigation.
A native Floridian, Samuel is an avid fan of the Miami Heat, Dolphins, Hurricanes, and more. In his free time, Samuel enjoys long walks with his dog and spending time with family.