Justin Schneider focuses his practice on insurance defense, with an emphasis on automobile negligence and premises liability cases. Before joining Kubicki Draper, Justin worked as a prosecutor for the Miami Dade State Attorney’s Office. There, he advocated on behalf of thousands of victims throughout the community, handling felony cases punishable by life in prison, civil fatalities, traffic, misdemeanor, juvenile cases, and first chaired more than 40 trials. After working at the State attorney's office, he worked for a personal injury firm in West Palm Beach where he represented people hurt in cases caused by another person’s negligence.
Justin started his legal career in 2014 where he worked as a summer associate for a preeminent law firm in Miami. There he focused on construction defect and contract claims. In 2015, Justin went on to work in the Florida House of Representatives for District 87. During his time in the house, he was able to work on some policies that helped shape the current laws in Florida. Before leaving Tallahassee, he accepted a position as a Judicial Clerk at the Division of Administrative Hearings, where he drafted proposed orders in the areas of administrative and employment law.
Justin graduated from the University of Florida, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Sports Management and a minor in Business Administration. He later attended and graduated from Florida State University College of Law, where he earned his Juris Doctor (J.D.) and while there accepted a scholarship to study at St. Edmund Hall in Oxford, England where he focused on comparative legal contracts and English legal history. During his time in law school, Justin was a member of the Black Law Students Association Mock trial team. During the national Thurgood Marshall Mock Trial Competition, his team competed against hundreds of law students from around the United States and placed first in the region.