There are a lot of different kinds of lawyers out there, a large majority will find one area of practice they like, or are very good at, and focus on that specific niche. Paul M. Aloise Jr. however, has chosen to go a different route. He is dedicated to serving and helping as many people as he can and is constantly working to improve his knowledge base and expertise to help more people.
Aloise Jr. served as a state prosecutor in Florida for over three years, learning how the system works inside and out. Now, he uses that experience to benefit clients in the private sector.
He works as a criminal defense attorney, and practices civil litigation in the areas of personal injury, car accidents, civil rights protection, employment discrimination, professional malpractice, contract review, trademarking infringement, and more.
“The best way for me to help as many people as possible is to practice many different areas of law. I want to help the people who have been wrongfully arrested, discriminated against at work, defamed, or even injured due to the negligence of others. I encourage other lawyers to practice more than one area of law, and to become as well versed as possible in courtroom litigation, this is how we can make more of an impact.”
Representing those who are in need of a criminal defense attorney is a huge part of the work Aloise Jr. does. He is not just there for paperwork or a quick plea deal, he gets to know his clients, and tries to understand the situation they and their family are in, as he says, “No one is as bad as their worst day.” Rather than jail time, he works to get clients treatment and other options that can help turn their lives around and reduce recidivism.
When it comes to the Sports and Entertainment industry, Aloise Jr. has worked with some very big names, including NFL athletes, Netflix stars, and platinum-selling hip hop artists.
He sets his prospective NFL athletes up with top-level training and nutrition preparing them for the NFL draft, then handles negotiating their marketing and league contracts, as well as personal litigation if needed. When it comes to working with Netflix stars or hip hop icons, he focuses on getting them the results they need as quickly and as discreetly as possible, to avoid any unwanted media attention
Aloise Jr. was raised in South Florida and played high school and collegiate football. Part of the 2013 BCS National Championship team at Florida State University, he played middle linebacker. He credits this high level of competition, playing in front of 70,000+ fans on the National spotlight, as to why he is so effective representing high-profile clients.
Aloise Jr. is highly awarded in the legal community for his efforts. He was recognized as a Super Lawyer 2021 Rising Star, the recipient of the AVVO Client’s Choice Award for 2020 and 2021 due to his twenty 5-star reviews and perfect 10.0 rating.
Named by the National Trial Lawyers Top 40 Under 40 in Florida for Criminal Defense for the last two consecutive years, Aloise Jr. sits on the National Trial Lawyers Criminal Defense Executive Committee and on the Board of Directors for the Young Lawyers Section of the Tallahassee Bar Association.