Mr. Shamayev is an attorney eligible to practice in the State of Florida and Southern District of Florida. He was born in Russia in 1985. In 2005, Mr. Shamayev moved to the US. He worked various jobs where he took leadership positions. In 2009, Mr. Shamayev moved to Florida. He was admitted to Florida Atlantic University (FAU) in 2010. In 2012, Mr. Shamayev graduated Magna Cum Laude from FAU with Bachelor of Arts in criminology and received William Bopp Community Service Award. Same year, he was proud to become an American citizen. Mr. Shamayev volunteered at Public Defenders office at 17th Circuit in Fort Lauderdale for over 5 months. As a result he realized that he wanted to become an attorney. He embarked on that journey at St. Thomas School of law. While in Law school, Mr. Shamayev has been working for Honorable Barry Seltzer at US District Court writing opinions and making extensive legal research for the judge. St. Thomas also hired him for the position of Professor Gonzalez’s assistant where Mr. Shamayev helped the professor to teach Property to 1L students. He also was a Vice President of Moot Court. He went to Duberstein and Gibson Moot Court competitions in New York and coached Wechsler team to perform in Washington D.C. Besides, Mr. Shamayev participated in the Appellate clinic. He worked on two briefs and presented one of them in front of Third DCA panel. He graduated school at top 5% of class with Magna Cum Laude and three CALI Book Awards. Mr. Shamayev has experience in family, immigration, business, PIP, personal injury litigation, and criminal and foreclosure defense. In his practice he has to offer help to people with legal needs of various types.
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