Jacqueline F. Howe Esq.Adjunct Professor of Law
Adjunct Professor Howe is a Managing Member of Howe Austin, PL, a Boutique law firm with a concentration on counseling businesses and individuals on various legal matters including, business, general civil and real estate litigation, and general corporate counsel.Previously, Adjunct Professor Howe was President - Florida Supreme Court Certified Circuit Civil Mediator at Alternate Resolutions of Florida, LLC, an alternate dispute resolution company; President at the Law Office of Jacqueline F. Howe, PA; Of Counsel at Perlman, Yevoli & Albright, PL; General Counsel at Howe Real Estate, Inc.
Early on in her career, Adjunct Professor Howe was a Senior Associate Attorney at Ruden, McCloskey, P.A. and a Practicing Attorney at the Law Offices of Jacqueline F. Monte.Adjunct Professor Howe was admitted to The Florida Bar in 1997, The Michigan Bar in 1997, United States District Court for the Southern and Northern Districts of Florida, Broward County Court Certified Arbitrator and Florida Supreme Court Circuit Civil Mediator.
Adjunct Professor Howe maintains several memberships, such as the Broward County Bar Association, Broward County Bar Association - Legislative Affairs Committee, The Pantry of Broward – Ambassador’s Council, The YMCA of Broward County – Board of Directors, The YMCA of Broward County – Board Development Steering Committee, Legal Aid Services of Broward County/Coast to Coast Legal Aid – Board of Directors, Legal Aid Services of Broward County/Coast to Coast Legal Aid – Chair, NEXT, Legal Aid Services of Broward County/Coast to Coast Legal Aid – Executive Council (NEXT Liaison).In the past, Adjunct Professor Howe was a member of the Broward County Women Lawyer’s Association, Florida Bar Quality of Life and Career Committee and Pet Set, a division of the Humane Society of Broward County.
Adjunct Professor Howe has published two articles: (1) Gross Negligence and Willful and Wanton Misconduct – Thanks to Jennings v. Southwood, Michigan Now Knows What They Mean, Michigan State Law Review, Issue 4, Vol. 1995, and (2) Recovered Memories and the Psychologists That Create Them: A Study of the Repressed Memory Controversy, Michigan State Law Review, Issue 1, Vol. 1997.