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Bio:

Forrest earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Geography and Political Science from Florida State University and his Juris Doctorate from the University of Alabama School of Law. He is licensed to practice law in both Florida and Georgia.  Prior to attending law school, Forrest was a member of the faculty at Brookwood School in Thomasville, Georgia, where he taught history, geography and economics.  During his academic and professional career, Forrest has been active in each community in which he has lived, and he has received many accolades including:

  • Order of the Barrister
  • Student Chair, Faculty Appointments Committee
  • Best Paper Award Civil Procedure
  • Best Paper Award Litigation Drafting
  • John A. Campbell Moot Court Board
  • Bench and Bar Legal Honor Society
  • National Hispanic Bar Association Moot Court Team
  • Two-time George Peach Taylor Award Recipient
  • National Trial Competition Team Member
  • Seybourn H. Lynne Scholarship
  • Volunteer with World Class Schools Best and Brightest Awards
  • Director of Activities, Florida American Legion Boys State
  • Vestryman, Trinity Anglican Church
  • Faculty representative to the Brookwood Strategic Planning Committee
  • Chairman of Brookwood SACS Reaccreditation Subcommittee

 

Forrest has also appeared amicus curie before the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces.  Forrest’s practice focuses on civil litigation, commercial real estate and work on behalf of small businesses in organizational, operational and transactional matters.