While America was still mourning the death of Supreme Court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, President Trump was already considering new candidates for the unattended seat. And one of the potential picks would be a seasoned judge from Florida named Barbara Lagoa. But today, we aren’t here to discuss her candidacy. Rather, we will be taking a look at her husband, Paul C. Huck Jr.’s life.
Stay till the end of this wiki-style article and learn everything there is to him.
Paul C. Huck Jr. Age, Birthday, Zodiac
Paul C. Huck Jr. was reportedly born in 1966. That made him 54 years of age in 2020; two years older than his wife, Barbara.
Information on his birthday wasn’t shared. Thus his zodiac couldn’t be established either.
Paul C. Huck Jr. Father, Mother, Siblings
Paul C. Huck Jr.’s father, Paul C. Huck Sr. (born in 1940) hails from Covington, Kentucky, and was also a federal judge like Barbara. After attending the University of Florida and the University of Florida College of Law, he was appointed to the bench by President Bill Clinton.
Furthermore, Paul C. Huck Sr. was mentioned as “an Article III federal judge for the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida.” by the “Ballotpedia”. Also, he was nominated by Clinton in 2000 and received senior status in 2010.
Apart from this, Paul’s father has served in the Army Reserves and in private practice too.
As for his mother and siblings, their information will soon be updated.
Height, Weight, Distinct Features
Talking about his distinct features, Paul C. Huck Jr. is a handsome man with bright blue eyes. Despite being in his 50’s, Paul never looked better.
Adding to his charm, Paul also spoke fluent Spanish.
Furthermore, he stands tall at a height of 5 feet 10 inches (177.8 cm) and weighs 77 kg (169.75 lbs).
Social Media Reach: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter
As of September 2020, Paul had no social media presence.
Being involved with the politics, Paul as well as his wife, Barbara choose to remain off the internet.
Paul C. Huck Jr. Job, Net Worth, Education
Paul C. Huck Jr. is an American attorney whose practice focused on “business litigation, regulatory advice, and government investigations”.
As for his jobs, he worked in both the private and public sectors. He served as the General Counsel to Florida Governor Charlie Crist from 2007 to 2008 and as the Deputy Attorney General for the State of Florida.
Reportedly, he started his career with his practice at a Miami litigation boutique law firm from 1993 to 2002.
Also, Paul was partnered with Jones Day from Dec 2015.
According to “law.miami.edu”, Paul “represented both plaintiffs and defendants in a wide variety of cases arising out of contract disputes and business torts, shareholder disputes, and violations of the federal securities and antitrust laws.”
In light of his education, Paul attended Princeton Univerity in 1984 to study History. And from 1989 to 1992, he went to Harvard Law Scholl for a degree in J.D.
Furthermore, he was a member of the adjunct faculty, co-teaching “Professional Responsibility” at the University of Miami School of Law.
Paul C. Huck Jr.’s net worth was estimated to be more than $2.5 million in 2020.
Trivia: Paul was a member of the Federalist Society and José Félix Díaz called him the “godfather of the Federalist Society in Miami”.
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Paul C. Huck Jr. & Barbara Lagoa: Dating, Wedding, Kids
Paul C. Huck Jr. and Barbara Lagoa tied the knot a long time ago. Reportedly, they held a private wedding and didn’t share divulge much on their dating history.
The duo together shares three daughters, including a set of twins named Claudia, Eloise, and Camilla who rarely made public appearances. They were last spotted before 2020, on May 10, 2019; for their mother’s oath ceremony as Florida’s 87th Supreme Court.
Short info on Paul’s wife, Barbara Lagoa – She is the first Cuban American woman appointed to serve on the Florida Supreme Court. Also, she has worked as a pro bono lawyer and a federal prosecutor for Elian Gonzalez’s family.
Last modified: September 22, 2020