Andre Mahone Presents at 18th Annual National Black Pre-Law Conference

Andre Mahone, attorney in the firm’s Jacksonville office and member of the Litigation Practice, is presenting at the 18th Annual National Black Pre-Law Conference taking place in Boston, Massachusetts from Thursday, November 10 – Saturday, November 12, 2022. Andre will join panelists for the discussion “Getting Over That Last Hurdle to Becoming Lawyers: African American Lawyers on How to Crush the Bar Exam and Earn Your License to Practice Law.” In this engaging session, Andre and fellow panelists will discuss real-life factors that lead to more negative outcomes for Black law graduates and share personal experiences and insight to help students plan for success post-graduation. 
The National Black Pre-Law Conference provides a powerful forum to help increase the numbers of excellent, strategic, and competitive African American law school applicants, students, and graduates nationwide. Its purpose is to provide access to empowering information, resources, and contacts that will assist students in the challenging journey ahead in pursuing admission into law school, success in the law school experience and on the bar exam, and beyond.

Andre is a seasoned litigator with a diverse array of experience in commercial and healthcare litigation, representing both the public and private sectors. Andre has tried over seventy cases across state and federal courts with exceptional results.