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Orlando, Florida — Dean Mead announced today that A. Felipe Guerrero has been elected to serve as the 2011 President-Elect of the Hispanic Bar Association of Central Florida Board of Directors. He was recently installed as President-Elect at the annual dinner celebrating the organization’s 20th anniversary.
Mr. Guerrero is an Associate in the Orlando office of Dean Mead. His practice focuses on real property litigation, commercial litigation, and landlord/tenant litigation. He graduated from the University of Florida Levin College of Law, with honors, in 2005. He received his undergraduate degree in Political Science with a minor in Spanish from the University of Central Florida in 2001.
Mr. Guerrero has been actively involved with the Hispanic Bar Association of Central Florida since 2007. He is also a member of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Orlando, the Orange County Bar Association, the University of Florida Law Alumni Council, the Florida Bar, and he’s a graduate of Leadership Orlando.
The Hispanic Bar Association of Central Florida, Inc. (HBACF) is a non-profit organization that was incorporated on September 3, 1991. The role of the HBACF is to provide professional services to their local members who seek assistance on issues that affect the Hispanic Community. Ultimately, the Hispanic Bar Association of Central Florida works diligently to bring about a better understanding and confidence in their legal system for everyone.
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