Anthony J. Rack
University of Florida
(J.D., cum laude 2003)
Member of Moot Court (Final Four competitor and awarded Best Brief of competition)
Member of Journal of Law & Public Policy
Member of John Marshall Bar Association
(B.A., cum laude 2000)
After graduating from Boston College in 2000 with honors, Anthony attended the University of Florida College of Law to obtain his juris doctorate. While attending law school, Anthony was extensively involved with several student organizations. Most notably, he was a member of the Moot Court team. Not only did he successfully make the team, but he was also awarded Best Brief of the competition, was rated as one of the top oral argument competitors throughout the competition, and was selected to participate in a Final Four competition because his total scores (oral and written combined) placed him as one of the top four overall competitors of the competition. In addition to his Moot Court membership, Anthony was also a member of both the Journal of Law & Public Policy and the John Marshall Bar Association. When he wasn’t preparing for class or a law school competition, you could often find him assisting individuals in need of legal advice through a family law clinic.
During the summers between law school years, Anthony worked for the Florida Attorney General Office and Ruden, McClosky, Smith, Schuster & Russell, P.A., one of the then largest law firms in Florida and one of the most prestigious law firms in the country.
Prior to graduating law school with honors in 2003, at the age of 24, Anthony was hired by Ruden & McClosky. Working under the managing director of the firm in their corporate department, Anthony would often find himself migrating to the firm’s personal injury attorney. Instead of working on mergers and acquisitions in the corporate department, Anthony found his true calling, helping those victims injured by another’s negligence. Fast forward 14 years, Anthony now manages the business side of his twin brother’s personal injury law firm.
When he’s not in the office, you will likely find Anthony volunteering as a Future for Kids mentor at their North Tempe Boys and Girls Club location. His desire for helping children with adverse childhood experiences and those in need are his true passions.