Jack Kirschenbaum is with Gray, Harris & Robinson in Melbourne, Florida. He is an AV-rated trial lawyer with extensive experience in the preparation and trial of eminent domain, inverse condemnation and property rights cases, representing both property and business owners as well as select condemning authorities. In addition to his eminent domain practice, Jack represents clients before governmental agencies in zoning, planning, comprehensive plan changes, and other land development matters. Jack's general litigation practice includes contract disputes, commercial litigation, family practice, and personal injury cases. Jack has experience in First Amendment law and currently represents both a regional newspaper and the news division of a local television station.
Jack was born in Miami, Florida. He moved with his family to Satellite Beach, Florida, in 1958 and graduated from Satellite High School in 1971. He attended both undergraduate and law school at the University of Florida. Upon graduating in 1977, Jack joined the firm of Wolfe and Kirschenbaum in Cocoa Beach, Florida, which was founded by his brother, Malcolm. In 1987, Jack became a principal in the firm, which later merged with GrayRobinson in 1989. Jack is married to Diane and they have three children.