John Stewart

John Stewart

John Mitchell Stewart practices in the areas of mediation, real estate litigation, business litigation, alternative dispute resolution, and personal injury at the law firm of Stewart, Evans, Stewart & Emmons, P.A. He is a Florida Supreme Court certified mediator and serves on the Young Lawyers Division Board of Governors of The Florida Bar. Stewart graduated from Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad Law Center in 1997.

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Guest Appearances
June 20, 2016

2016 Annual Florida Bar Convention: William Hubbard on the Future of Legal Technology

Adriana Linares and John Stewart interview Florida Bar Past President William Hubbard about addressing regulatory framework in a timely way to deal with the increasing online proliferation of legal service providers.

March 25, 2015

Admission on Motion, Reciprocity, the UBE, and Non-Lawyer Licensing

Three controversial issues relating to The Florida Bar admissions and the future of the practice as a whole are currently being discussed. The Florida Bar is considering whether to endorse the adaptation of the following programs. Admission on Motion, or reciprocity, deals with the concept of lawyers legally crossing state borders to practice law. The...

March 12, 2015

Goals and Plans for the Vision 2016 Technology Committee

An increase in online legal service providers has become an intimidating factor for many lawyers across Florida and The United States. People are looking towards emerging online technologies for their legal service needs. But should we as lawyers really be worried that these new legal options are going to “take all our jobs?” In this...

January 28, 2015

Florida Bar Winter Meeting: John Stewart on the Annual Technology Conference

Florida Bar Podcast host Adriana Linares interviews attorney John Stewart at the 2015 Winter Meeting of The Florida Bar. Stewart discusses speaking about PDF manipulation tools at the Wild, Wild Tech: Getting Down and Dirty with Technology conference, a soon-to-be annual tech conference at the Winter Meeting. Stewart and Linares discuss why lawyers should get...