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Dakota McLean

Dakota McLean

Attorney

Overview

Dakota McLean represents developers of large mixed-use, commercial, and residential projects as well as contractors and owners of various construction projects in commercial real estate and construction transactions. His practice focuses on the preparation and analysis of contracts and other documents related to real estate acquisitions, leasing, land use and development issues, and construction. Dakota’s experiences include assisting clients with purchasing and selling commercial real estate, leasing commercial and medical office spaces, developing subdivisions, apartment complexes, and shopping centers, financing development projects, and constructing hospitals, office buildings, and utility facilities. He is well versed in commercial finance, business transactions, property and homeowners associations, and local government laws.

Born and raised in St. Petersburg, Dakota now participates in the Transportation Committee and Public Policy Council for the St. Petersburg Area Chamber of Commerce and is an avid Rays and Bucs fan.

Professional & Community Involvement

  • American Bar Association
  • The Florida Bar
    • Real Property, Probate, and Trust Law Section
    • Business Law Section
    • Young Lawyers Division
  • Hillsborough County Bar Association
  • St. Petersburg Area Chamber of Commerce
    • Transportation Committee
    • Public Policy Council

Credentials

Education
  • Stetson University College of Law (J.D., 2017)
  • University of Florida (B.A., 2014)
Bar Admissions
  • Florida
Court Admissions
  • Florida State Courts

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