Jacksonville, FL /WW Press/October 18, 2017– Carrington Madison Mead, Founder of Carrington Madison Mead, Esquire, was selected for inclusion in the forthcoming Top Attorneys of North America 2017-18 edition of Who’s Who Directories.
The accomplishments attained by Mr. Carrington M. Mead in the field of Legal Services, warrants inclusion into The Top Attorneys of North America.
The Law Office of Carrington Mead, Esq., conveniently serves clients in Jacksonville, Florida and the surrounding areas in a wide range of legal matters including family As a legal firm, they know that a passionate attorney can be your best defense and that is exactly the type of assistance they offer. At the Law Office of Carrington Mead, Esq., you can expect the attorney to explain your rights and offer a sincere, customized representation. They are concerned about a person’s rights and want their clients to understand their rights.
Attorney Carrington Madison Mead is the Founder of Carrington Madison Mead, Esquire. He has been practicing law since 2004. He is admitted to practice by the Florida Bar Association, the Florida – 14th District Northern Federal Court. His practices areas include: family, military, veteran’s benefits and compensation, estate planning, probate and guardianship law, with a concentration in military and LGBT families. As a certified legal intern, he worked with community development corporations, family law clients and consumer law matters. He still actively volunteers with this organization as a volunteer pro bono attorney. Mr. Mead is an advocate for people rights and is very impactful and insightful on issues. Mr. Mead founded this firm with a strong tradition of service to her community and country. He believes that her clients deserve the highest-quality representation and he has established this throughout his firm
He earned his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of North Florida in Sociology in 2001, from the University, he won the Volunteer Award, was the Student Government – Senator and member of the VP- LGBT Student Group, he also possesses an undergraduate degree in accounting. Soon after in 2003, he completed his Law Degree at the Florida Coastal School of Law in Jacksonville, Florida. There he received the Barbara McCalla Memorial Award, the Pro Bono Cord recipient in 2003, Founder/President of Lambda Legal Society and Domestic Violence and Same-Sex relationships – upper level writing requirement, and was a member of Legal and Community Services to Those in Need: 2001-2004, along with recognition of his many hours of community service during his law school career.
In 2005 he proudly accepted the title of Young Lawyer of the Year, from the Jacksonville Bar Association for his pro bono work and Lawyer of the Year from Legalmatch.com in their Family Law section, He was the Most Influential Person and Best Lawyer by CityXtra. He is also a member of the American Bar Association. He ranks as a Barrister in the American Family Law Inn of Court and is actively vetted into the Family Law Institute for the LGBT National Bar.
Attorney Mead was enlisted in the U.S. Navy, 1985 – 1988 and is a third generation sailor and fourth generation military service member. He was given an honorable discharge as an enlisted grade disabled veteran. He is now a VA accredited Veterans Benefits Attorney.
Attorney Mead has also received awards from the LGBT community for his work on Justice for Terri Ann Summers Coalition while a Law student, Pride Award 1999 for his work in bringing a local mammography mobile unit for two years in a row, and received a Fairy Godparent Award from the Jacksonville Area Sexual Minority Youth Network (JASMYN). He is also an accomplished author with publications and speaking engagements about the LGBT community.
The Top Attorneys of North America, a New York based publication, distinguishes and profiles leading attorneys who have reached a recognizable degree of success and leadership in their field. The directory is valued for promoting awareness of the accomplishments within the North American legal community.