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Welcome Blake!

We were happy to welcome Blake Bohlman to the firm in February of 2022.

A Panhandle native, Blake is excited to be working in South Walton County. His practice primarily focuses on civil litigation, commercial litigation, real property litigation, and community association law.

Blake received his law degree from Tulane University Law School, cum laude, where he was the Senior Notes & Comments Editor of the Sports Lawyers Journal. While in law school, Blake served in the Civil Rights & Federal Practice Clinic, where he represented indigent clients before the Eastern District of Louisiana and petitioned the United States Supreme Court.

Before law school, Blake attended Auburn University, where he graduated summa cum laude, earning a bachelor’s degree in Political Science.

Prior to joining the firm, Blake served as an Assistant State Attorney in Pensacola, acquiring valuable courtroom and trial experience. Blake’s professional experience also includes interning in the chambers of the Hon. Hope T. Cannon, United States Magistrate Judge for the Northern District of Florida.



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