Paul W. Pritchard has spent his entire legal career representing persons who were injured and wronged by others. Mr. Pritchard received his law degree from Tulane Law School in 1997. At Tulane, he was managing editor of the Sports Lawyers Journal. Mr. Pritchard also took advantage of Tulane’s 150 years of admiralty law instruction, and obtained a Certificate of Specialty in Maritime law, was three-term president of the Tulane Maritime Law Society, and student liaison for the international Admiralty Law Institute.
Upon graduation from law school, Mr. Pritchard returned to Florida and began practice in St. Petersburg, Florida , limiting his practice to legal research and writing. In 2002, Mr. Pritchard moved to Orlando and has been fortunate to continue in his chosen field of practice.
Mr. Pritchard was born in a rural farming community in central Illinois, and grew up in New Orleans, Louisiana. As a young adult, he spent significant time working in kitchens with some of the most prestigious and award-winning chefs of southern, Cajun, and Creole cuisine. After a comprehensive career in the restaurant industry, Mr. Pritchard moved to Florida and received his undergraduate degree from the University of South Florida with a major in Business Administration and minor in Economics.
Mr. Pritchard is a member of several professional and extra-curricular organizations including the Florida Bar, the Florida Justice Association, the Central Florida Trial Lawyers Association, and Christian Leadership Concepts. Mr. Pritchard and his family are active parishioners at Annunciation Catholic Church in Altamonte Springs, Florida where he serves in various roles related to adult religious education, evangelization, and faith formation. He enjoys spending time with his family, woodworking, and cooking.