© 2015 et. seq. BRET SHAWN CLARK PA



Credentials:  Mr. Clark earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from the University of Florida in 1980, and a juris doctor degree from the Levin College of Law (also of the University of Florida) in 1983.  He was admitted to practice law after being sworn in by Judge Wilkie D Ferguson (then of the Third District Court of Appeal) in Miami on January 20, 1984.  He is admitted to practice in the U.S. Middle and Southern District Courts of Florida, and the U.S. Supreme Court.

Brown v. City of Hialeah (Police Brutality)

Tally-Ho (Trademark/Entertainment Law)

Harper v. Blockbuster (Employment Law)

USA v. Brenson (Obstruction of Justice)

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Notable Cases

Clark at his virtual office (2014)


Experience: After practicing law in Miami from 1984 to 2005, Clark moved his practice to Englewood, where he also established and operated a title company.  In 2013, he closed his bricks & mortar office in favor of a ”virtual” office at a secluded spot in the woods along Gottfried Creek.

Over the years he has handled numerous published cases in the state and federal appellate courts.

Since 2013 he has continued to practice law while also pursuing his life-long passion of becoming a published author, writer, and naturalist/art enthusiast.  

Curriculum Vitae - Bret Shawn Clark, Esquire