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The importance of community involvement is a strong tradition at Cobb Cole. The Firm's attorneys uphold high standards in the area of service to the community, as evidenced by their backgrounds and individual achievements. The Firm's members serve as participants in various civic, legal, and professional organizations, and many have been honored for their accomplishments.
Public service is also a large part of this service tradition for our attorneys. Thomas Cobb served as State Representative from 1947 through 1956, as general counsel to the State Road Board from 1961 through 1965, and as Chairman of the Florida Board of Bar Examiners from 1972 through 1973.
The individual attorneys of Cobb Cole have varied backgrounds in community service, volunteer efforts, and public service -- both in elected positions and by appointment to various governmental and civic advisory boards.