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About Christopher Shakib
Christopher Shakib began his career fighting for victims’ rights as a state prosecutor between 1992 and 1996. Since that time, he has practiced in the civil justice system.
As a partner at Terrell Hogan, he enjoys a very broad and challenging practice in which he represents the victims of defective drugs, defective medical devices, defective consumer products, medical negligence, pharmacy negligence, and commercial truck accidents. He also represents individuals who are seriously injured or killed as a result of civil rights violations. Chris is an avid surfer and runner. He and his wife, Joy, have two children, Ashley and Evan.
• The Florida Bar • The United States Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit • The United States District Court, Middle District of Florida • The Florida Justice Association – EAGLE Member • The American Association for Justice • AAJ Pain Patch Litigation Group • AAJ Heart Device Litigation Group • AAJ Interstate Trucking Litigation Group • The Jacksonville Bar Association • The Jacksonville Justice Association • Board of Directors, Colonial Manor Homeowners’ Association PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES: • Judge, University of Florida Levin College of Law Trial Team Final Four, Gainesville, Florida, Spring 2004 • Lecturer, “Obtaining the Best Settlement for Personal Injury Clients,” National Business Institute, Jacksonville, Florida, May 22, 2007 • Lecturer, “Trucking Litigation and D.O.T. Regulations in Florida,” Lorman Educational Services, Jacksonville, January 18, 2008 • Lecturer, “No-Fault Law: Current Issues and Strategies,” National Business Institute, Jacksonville, Florida, December 4, 2009 • Judge, Florida Coastal School of Law Mock Trial Intramural Competition, Jacksonville, Florida, 2009 • Member, State of Florida, Office of Insurance Consumer Advocate Personal Injury Protection Roundtable, Tallahassee, Florida, November 2010 • Volunteer Pro Bono Attorney
Wake Forest UniversityB.A.
Univeristy of Florida College of LawJ.D. with Honors