Construction Law
Patrick J. Cremeens, Esq.

About The Attorneys

     A Chicago native, Patrick Cremeens, attended college in a small town in Eastern Kentucky University before being accepted at Florida Coastal School of Law, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude in May, 2006. While in law school, Mr. Cremeens was privileged to serve the Florida Supreme Court as an intern. This experience allowed him an opportunity to gain valuable experience from the best legal minds in the state of Florida. Mr. Cremeens also served as an Articles Editor of the Florida Coastal Law Review and he authored a case note that was published in the Law Review. Behind Closed Doors: Alabama's Take on the Constitutional Right to Privacy in the Wake of Lawrence V. Texas, 6 Fla. Coast. L. Rev. 217, 233 (2004).

     After graduating from law school, Mr. Cremeens became a member of The Florida Bar and has not stopped fighting for his clients' rights since. Mr. Cremeens has experience helping his clients with a wide variety of civil disputes, including lemon law claims, breach of warranty claims, unfair debt collection practices, construction liens and construction law claims, landlord-tenant disputes, commercial litigation, mortgage foreclosures and more.

     Jeanne Cremeens grew up in the Tampa Bay area. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of South Florida. After graduating college, Jeanne served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Togo, West Africa.

     Jeanne received her Juris Doctorate from Florida Coastal School of Law where she developed a passion for criminal defense. She began her legal career as an Assistant Public Defender. Her work with the Public Defender's Office enabled her to gain valuable courtroom and trial experience. Jeanne is dedicated to protecting and defending her clients' rights.

     De’Anne Jackson, born and raised in Kingston, Jamaica, Ms. Jackson migrated to Miami, Florida at a young age. Ms. Jackson attended the University of Central Florida where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in English: Creative Writing and Legal Studies. Ms. Jackson then went on to Florida Coastal School of Law where she earned her Juris Doctor. While in law school, Ms. Jackson was a member of Florida Coastal's nationally ranked moot court team. She was a semi-finalist at the E. Earle Zehmer National Moot Court competition and a Regional and National Champion at the Fredrick Douglass National Moot Court competition. Ms. Jackson had the opportunity to serve as a full-time intern for Justice Peggy Quince at the Florida Supreme Court, and acknowledges that this experience has been instrumental in shaping her legal career. Ms. Jackson also gained invaluable legal experience by participating in clinical coursework and interning at a defense litigation firm. Ms. Jackson was recently admitted to the Florida Bar.

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