Brooks A. Saible
Brooks A. Saible is an associate in the Tampa office of Baumann, Gant & Keeley, P.A. Prior to deciding to move to Florida, Mr. Saible attended law school in Queens, NY where he received his Juris Doctor from St. John’s University School of Law in June 2014. While in law school, Mr. Saible served as a legal intern for the United States Attorney’s Office and Mundaca Artese, a private law firm based out of New York City. Additionally, Mr. Saible served as a student attorney for the Queens County Legal Aid Society, where he assisted public defenders in their representation of indigent criminal defendants.
Before graduating law school, Mr. Saible received the Albert H. Bosch award for demonstrated excellence in trial advocacy; the highest honor given out by the St. John’s trial advocacy program. At graduation, Mr. Saible also received the St. John’s pro-bono service award for the exceptional amount of time he spent volunteering in the public sector.
After law school, Mr. Saible moved to Florida and made St. Pete Beach his home. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Saible practiced law at a real estate firm that specializes in the areas of foreclosure, bankruptcy, and corporate finance. During his time in Florida, Mr. Saible has volunteered with the Daystar Life Center, a non-profit organization in St. Petersburg that provides emergency relief for struggling Tampa Bay residents. Mr. Saible also volunteered as a GAL with Florida’s Guardian Ad Litem program, an organization that helps ensure Florida’s abused, abandoned and neglected children have a voice in our court system.
Mr. Saible lives in St. Pete Beach, Florida with his wife and two Labrador Retrievers.