N. James Turner, Attorney at Law
Throughout his 48 year legal career, Mr. Turner has been a consistent and active member of The Florida Bar, among other organizations, by authoring the following articles for the Florida Bar Journal:
- Consequences of Instructing Deponents Not To Answer
- Employer Liability for Acts of Sexual Harassment in the Workplace: Respondeat Superior and Beyond
- The Perils of (Reporting and) Not Reporting Sexual Harassment
- Successfully Defending Employees in Non-compete and Trade Secret Litigation
He formerly served on two separate occasions as Chair, Labor & Employment Law Section, of the Orange County Bar Association and is a founding member, Florida Chapter of the National Employment Lawyers Association, a civil rights organization that assists victims of discrimination.
Mr. Turner has extensive legal experience in both state and federal court at both the the trial and appellate levels.
Jim is a Viet Nam Era Veteran, remains active in several local veterans associations including the American Legion, Post 112 in Winter Park, Florida. Mr. Turner is very active is the local community.
- 1975, The Florida Bar;
- 1976, United States Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit and United States District Court, Southern District of Florida;
- 1981, United States District Court, Middle District of Florida and United States Supreme Court;
- 1982, United States Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit.
- Bentley University (B.S., with highest honors, 1972);
- University of Miami School of Law (J.D., cum laude, 1975; LL.M., 1978). Delta Theta Phi; Phi Kappa Phi, scholastic honor society.
- Orange County Bar Association; former Chair, Labor & Employment Law Section (2)
- The Florida Bar, Labor and Employment Law Section;
- Osceola Bar Association;
- Florida Chapter of the National Employment Lawyers Association – founding member.
I would recommend Jim Turner to anyone needing help in a debt situation. He is the best in his professional field!
To my very pleasant surprise Mr. Turner was able to expedite my case in less than 24 hours.