James J. Woodruff II has practiced law for over a decade. During that time he has advised businesses, political campaigns, and handled cases before civilian and military trial courts.
In addition to practicing law, James taught litigation skills to law students as a law professor at Florida Coastal School of Law.
James is a graduate of Texas A&M University and South Texas College of Law. He served as Editor-in-Chief of Currents: the International Trade Law Journal while at South Texas College of Law. During that time he also won the Chester James Taylor Memorial Award for Writing Excellence and was inducted into the honors legal fraternity of Phi Delta Phi.
James has published articles in many prestigious legal journals including the Louisville Law Review, Cardozo Law Review de Novo, Tulane Maritime Law Journal, and the Corporate Counsel Review. His articles have examined constitutional law, election law, maritime law, corporate law, and international litigation.
James is licensed before the following courts:
United States Supreme Court
Supreme Court of Nevada
Supreme Court of Florida
Supreme Court of Texas (inactive)
Court of Appeals of the Armed
Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals
United States District Court, Middle District of Florida