James Holland II (known as “Jamie” to his clients and friends) has two decades of trial experience in railroad, trucking and significant injury cases. In spite of a very busy trial schedule, Jamie has dedicated significant time mentoring younger lawyers and helping them learn the techniques and skill to be successful in the courtroom. Jamie can be found coaching trial advocates, teaching CLE’s and has helped develop the format for the Florida Justice Association’s Al Cone Trial Advocacy College. This work led to him being honored by the Mickey Smiley award from the FJA young lawyers for his mentoring.
Jamie has been a frequent lecturer on trial advocacy and has been named as a “Super Lawyer” in both Alabama and Florida from 2007 to currently recognized in 2016. He is actively serving on the Board of Governors for the American Association for Justice (AAJ) and the Florida Justice Association and was the former chair of the AAJ railroad law section. He has also been honored as “Nation’s Top One Percent” by National Association of Distinguished Counsel.