Brian C. Tackenberg is an effective client advocate with a strong background in appellate law that includes in-depth legal research and the preparation of written arguments. Mr. Tackenberg began his legal career as a staff attorney for Florida Supreme Court Justice Barbara J. Pariente. While at the court, he performed legal analysis and provided recommendations to the court in a wide range of civil and criminal cases. Mr. Tackenberg received his law degree from the University of Florida College of Law in 2013, graduating magna cum laude and attaining membership in the Order of the Coif, the most elite academic honorary in law school. He was a member of the Florida Law Review and earned Book Awards in Appellate Advocacy, Family Law, and Trial Practice. He was also a teaching assistant for the law school’s “Legal Research and Writing” and “Appellate Advocacy” courses. Prior to law school, Mr. Tackenberg attended the University of Florida, where he graduated summa cum laude, majoring in finance and anthropology.