Alec Weber Overview
After obtaining an undergraduate degree in Legal Studies, Attorney Weber went on to attend the Barry University Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law. While in law school Attorney Weber held various positions within the private and public sectors of Law. First as an intern for the State Attorney’s Office of the Ninth Judicial Circuit where Attorney Weber gained valuable experience and insight on how the State Attorney’s Office prosecutes criminal defendants. Also, while in law school, Attorney Weber interned with the Orange County Attorney’s Office, primarily working on zoning, constitutional, and eminent domain issues. During his third year in law school, Attorney Weber was approved by the Florida Supreme Court as a Certified Legal Intern, meaning he was able to appear in court and represent clients as a law student.
Areas of Practice
As a member of Malik Law, Attorney Weber practices law in the following area:
- Family Law/Divorce/Child Support/Dependency
- Domestic Violence Injunctions (restraining orders)
- Criminal Defense/Juvenile Cases
- Violation of Probation
- Landlord Tenant
- Personal Injury
- Contract and Business Litigation
- Foreclosure Defense
While a Certified Legal Intern, Attorney Weber interned for the Office of the Public Defender, Ninth Judicial Circuit. During his time with the Public Defender’s Office Attorney Weber obtained two “not guilty” verdicts in jury trials before even graduating law school; an experience he considers an invaluable one for any law student.
Attorney Weber graduated from Barry University School of Law cum laude. Throughout the years, Attorney Weber has gained substantial experience representing clients in a wide variety of areas of law.
When Attorney Alec Weber was growing up his mother always thought he would either be an actor or a lawyer. He chose the latter following in the footsteps of his Grandfather. Alec moved to Orlando Florida, from Port Saint Lucie to attend the University of Central Florida.