Bankruptcy & Construction Law
Attorney Norman L. Hull has been practicing law for over 30 years, representing clients in the legal specializations of Bankruptcy and Construction Law. He derives great satisfaction from helping others, which is why he enjoys practicing law. Mr. Hull realizes that no two clients have exactly the same situation and each client, whether individual or corporate, faces legal, financial and emotional hurdles which require a wide range of legal and practical experience. He tailors his advice and strategies to fit the current situation of his client, as well as their long term goals and needs. Mr. Hull loves a challenge, and takes pleasure in helping his clients benefit from the legal protections afforded by law. His desire to improve people’s lives through his knowledge and skill in the legal profession is why he excels at what he does.
Norman L. Hull graduated Magna Cum Laude from Ripon College in Ripon, Wisconsin. During college, Mr. Hull spent a year studying at the Universidad de Madrid, where he learned to speak and write Spanish fluently. After graduating from Ripon College, Norman served our country by enlisting in the United States Navy. Upon being honorably discharged, Mr. Hull pursued his law degree at the University of Florida College of Law in Gainesville, Florida, where he graduated with honors.
Mr. Hull’s legal career began as a law clerk for the Honorable George C. Young, Chief Judge of the U.S. District Court of the Middle District of Florida. As a result of his experience as a federal law clerk, Mr. Hull knew it was important to use his skills to represent those who truly needed representation most – those who were unable to defend themselves. That’s why, in 1990, Norman L. Hull was awarded the Florida Bar President’s Pro Bono award for the Ninth Judicial Circuit for his work as a guardian ad litem in FARC v. Graham, a lawsuit which changed the way disabled persons are treated by the State of Florida.
He then went into private practice representing construction contract surety companies in project takeovers and completions as well as in bankruptcy court. His experience representing sureties gave him a broad understanding of the construction process, working with experts, and litigating construction claims. He later expanded his bankruptcy practice. His skills and knowledge as a bankruptcy and construction law attorney has been sought after for decades, and his practice remains focused on the following areas:
• Bankruptcy: All Chapters (7, 11, 12, &13) of the Bankruptcy Code Both Debtors and Creditors Individuals and Corporate Entities
• Foreclosure Defense
• Bankruptcy Mediation
• Construction Law
• Construction Liens
• Federal and State
• General Litigation
Mr. Hull is rated AV with Martindale-Hubbell, a testament to the fact that his peers in the legal community rank him at the highest level of professional excellence and ethical standards. Mr. Hull is also recognized by Martindale-Hubbell as Preeminent in bankruptcy and construction law.
In addition to his busy legal practice, Mr. Hull is an adjunct law professor at Florida A&M Law School and at Barry University School of Law where he enjoys teaching Bankruptcy, Remedies, Construction Law, Professional Responsibility, and Motions & Depositions.
Mr. Hull is a member of the American Bar Association Forum Committee on the Construction Industry, National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (NACBA) and the Central Florida Bankruptcy Law Association, as well as the Orange County Bar Association.
Mr. Hull is admitted to practice before all state courts in Florida, the United States Supreme Court, the United States Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida, and the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Florida.
Norman has been married for 42 years to Dr. Mimi Hull, a corporate psychologist. They have two married children, Andrew (Angela) and Rebecca (Jeremy), five grand-dogs and one grandchild.
1133 Louisiana Ave.
Winter Park, FL 32789
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