Joseph P. Klock, Jr graduated from the prestigious University of Miami School of Law where he was the Editor-in-Chief for the school’s Miami Law Review. He would go on to become president of the University of Miami Law Alumni Association, where he would receive the honor of Outstanding Alumnus of the Year Award. Following his graduation in 1973, Mr. Klock also served as an adjunct law professor of law at his alma mater teaching civil procedure, federal jurisdiction and real property for a decade.
During his career practicing law, Joseph Klock has been a key player in many major cases. For over thirty days, he oversaw a team of more than fifteen lawyers representing then-Florida Secretary of State Katherine Harris during the 2000 presidential election. The following two years, he headed pair of legal teams defending Florida election laws on a state and federal level.
Mr. Klock continues to handle politically sensitive and high profile cases while also advising clients on issues such as wealth management and family wealth disposition. He works with a broad range of clients including professional race car teams, athletes, musicians, and more. He has also served on the board of trustees of Barry University and Belen Jesuit Preparatory School as well as the Boards of the Miami Art Museum, the Carrolton School of the Sacred Heart, and St. Joseph’s Preparatory School in Philadelphia.