ABOUT Lerner, Jared

Associate

Professional Experience

Jared M. Lerner is an associate in the firm’s Orlando office. Prior to joining Lydecker Diaz, Mr. Lerner prosecuted criminal cases as an Assistant State Attorney for the Ninth Judicial Circuit, where he was first-chair for several jury trials in Orange and Osceola County. While earning his Juris Doctorate, Mr. Lerner gained experience in various areas of law while working with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in Washington, D.C., University of Baltimore Civil Advocacy Clinic, Maryland Attorney General’s Office, and Judge Philip S. Jackson of the Circuit Court for Baltimore City. A strong interest in litigation brought Mr. Lerner to Lydecker Diaz, where he practices a range of topics in civil defense.

Education

  • University of Central Florida, B.A. in Political Science, 2014
  • University of Baltimore School of Law, J.D., Litigation and Advocacy Concentration, 2017

Professional and Community Involvement

  • American Bar Association, Member
  • Young Lawyers Division, Member
  • Orange County Bar Association, Member
  • Young Lawyers Section, Member
  • Phi Alpha Delta, Member

Mr. Lerner earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from the University of Central Florida in 2014. He earned his Juris Doctorate from the University of Baltimore School of Law in 2017 with a concentration in Litigation and Advocacy. During law school, Mr. Lerner was a member of the Telecommunications Moot Court team, where his team won the award for best brief and second-place overall in the 2016 National Telecommunications Moot Court Competition. Mr. Lerner served as Staff Editor of the University of Baltimore Law Forum, and he taught classes of first-year law students introductory legal research and writing skills as a teaching assistant in the University’s Introduction to Lawyering Skills program.

Area of Expertise

  • General Civil Litigation
  • Bodily Injury Defense
  • Premises Liability
  • Tort Liability

Office Location

  • Orlando – Florida

Bar Admissions

  • State of Florida