Trenton Leigh graduated from the University of Florida Levin College of Law in May of 2011. While in law school, Mr. Leigh worked as a law clerk at the Law Offices of Robert W. Bauer, P.A., assisting in the preparation of personal injury demand packages and reviewing medical records. Mr. Leigh also volunteered at the Three Rivers Legal Clinic helping indigent pro se litigants prepare and file necessary pleadings in landlord/tenant disputes.

After law school, Mr. Leigh returned to his hometown of Tampa, Florida where he began working at a small boutique real estate and bankruptcy law firm as an associate attorney. Mr. Leigh primarily focused on bankruptcy practice while also assisting in real estate cases. In February of 2013, Mr. Leigh started work in the Tampa office of a large Orlando-based law firm. Mr. Leigh began as an associate attorney in the foreclosure defense department, assisting distressed homeowners. Quickly he moved on to complex litigation, and was eventually promoted to managing attorney of the Tampa office. While practicing in the complex litigation department, Mr. Leigh gained invaluable experience in litigating cases from beginning to end, primarily focusing on contract disputes, collections, real estate, and homeowners and condominium association disputes.

Mr. Leigh has now joined Groelle and Salmon, applying the skills and knowledge gained over almost five years of litigation practice to benefit our clients, and achieve optimal results.

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