Attorney Scott Kallins has practiced law in Manatee County since 1985. Throughout his career Mr. Kallins has represented clients challenged in several areas of the law including marital and family law, criminal law matters and personal injury claims.
Born in Baltimore Maryland, Mr. Kallins attended and graduated from McDonogh School, McDaniel College (fka Western Maryland College) and completed his legal training at the University of Toledo.
Currently an LLM candidate, Mr. Kallins hopes to have his master’s degree in Elder Law in January 2022, when will graduate from Western New England University.
Mr. Kallins has been dedicated to the Greater Manatee County community and has served on numerous boards of directors of several not-for-profit organizations. Mr. Kallins has also actively organized and coached many area sports programs and currently serves as an assistant lacrosse coach at Manatee High School in Bradenton.
Mr. Kallins has been awarded the Manatee County Bar Association Community Service Award, the Sarasota County PAL Award, The State of Florida Commissioner of Education Outstanding Contribution to Education Award, has been nominated for the Manatee county Bar association Lifetime Achievement Award, and has been a two-time runner up for the Florida Bar Justice Harry Lee Amstead Award. The Anstead Award, presented annually to a Florida Board Certified lawyer or judge, recognizes exemplary professionalism, excellence, character, and commitment to The Florida Bar’s certification program and to the practice of law.
Scott Kallins Bar Number: 516260