Albert Kelly

Key West, Florida, United States

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Albert Kelly

The founder of the firm, Al Kelley graduated with honors from Florida State University College of Law in 1989, and has been practicing law in Key West ever since. Upon starting this firm in 1995, Al concentrated on business law, entertainment law and intellectual property. He served two terms as President of the Florida Keys Youth Club and the Key West Jaycees and also served as Chairman of the Monroe County Career Service Counsel. Al taught business, personnel and labor law courses at St. Leo University for four years and wrote a weekly business law column for Key West newspapers from 1999 to 2005. In 2002, Al produced a commercial video on the life of Capt. Tony Tarracino, the legendary gambler, womanizer, gunrunner who was the subject of Jimmy Buffett's "Last Mango in Paris". In 2005, along with Shirrel Rhoades and Talmadge Hayward, Al founded Talmadge Studios, LLC, a film and television production company. Al has been listed in the credits of several films, including Capt. Tony's Key West (Capt. Tony Productions, LLC), Cross Bones (Lion's Gate/Pop Art Film Factory), Key West City of Colors (Talmadge Studios, LLC), End of the Road (William Selesnick Productions, LLC), and a series of documentaries about Fantasy Fest. He has also produced a segment for Inside Edition. In 2008, Albert was certified by the Supreme Court of Florida as a Circuit Civil Mediator. He has assisted and handled complex mediations and is available to mediate any dispute throughout Florida. In 2009, Albert was awarded the Florida Bar President's Pro Bono Award at the Florida Supreme Court for his services to the less fortunate in our community.