Bachara Group Welcomes Roscoe A. Green as New Associate

Jacksonville, Fla., Oct. 21, 2014 – The attorneys of Bachara Construction Law Group are pleased to announce the addition of Roscoe A. Green as the firm’s newest associate. Green joins the Bachara Group with practical experience in the field of law. He served as a judicial intern to the Hon. Monte C. Richardson of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida and has clerked for Bachara Construction Law Group for more than two years. Green is a member in good standing of The Florida Bar.

“We’re delighted to welcome Roscoe Green as our newest associate,” said Chip Bachara, the firm’s managing partner. “Roscoe is a gifted young lawyer who proved his worth many times while clerking for us during law school. His direct knowledge of the construction industry makes him a great fit for the
Bachara Group and an asset to our clients.”

Roscoe is carrying on a family tradition in both construction and the law. Green’s father, a general contractor, owns a construction company in Tallahassee. His grandfather was Chief Justice of the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals and served on the Florida Supreme Court as well.

A May 2014 graduate of Florida Coastal School of Law, Green earned the school’s Book Award for Transactional Drafting and was on the dean’s list for multiple semesters. Additionally, he played intramural football and was an active member of The Florida Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division.

Green also holds a Bachelor of Science in construction engineering from Florida Agricultural &Mechanical University and is a licensed general contractor in the state of Florida. He has worked in a variety of roles in the construction industry for over 14 years, most recently serving as a project
manager and estimator for Baycrest Corporation in Tallahassee.

“I feel very fortunate to have the opportunity to work with such a respected law firm,” said Green. “I thoroughly enjoyed my experience as a clerk at the Bachara Group and I’m honored to become an associate.”