Thomas B. Luzier

Thomas B. Luzier

Board Certified

Mr. Luzier is a native Sarasotan. He attended Emory University, where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1988. Mr. Luzier received his Juris Doctorate Degree from the Cumberland School of Law in 1991.

Mr. Luzier was admitted to the Florida Bar in 1991, and is a member of the Sarasota County Bar Association. He is a Board Certified Real Estate Lawyer, Florida Bar Board of Legal Specialization and Education, and has been awarded AV Preeminent® status by Martindale-Hubbell.

In 2015, Mr. Luzier was appointed by Governor Rick Scott to serve on the Florida Real Estate Commission, which administers and enforces Florida’s real estate license law.

Mr. Luzier's civic affiliations include membership on the Board of Directors of the John & Mable Ringling Museum of Art, and the Board of Trustees of the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens. Mr. Luzier is a graduate of Leadership Florida, and among numerous civic involvements has served as the Chair of the City of Sarasota's Historic Preservation Board, counsel to the Board of Directors of the Greater Sarasota Chamber of Commerce, and as a member of the Sarasota County Tourist Development Council and the Super Bowl XLIII Host Committee Board of Directors.

Mr. Luzier's comments on Sarasota's history, economy, and real estate market have appeared in such diverse publications as the New York Times, the Gulf Coast Business Review, the Sarasota Herald Tribune, SRQ Magazine, the New York Social Diary, and Metropolis Magazine. He was previously honored in Florida Trend Magazine as one of the 50 "Must-Know Contacts" in Sarasota County.

Practice Areas

  • Business Transactions and Entity Formation
  • Real Estate Closings
  • Title Insurance
  • Contracts
  • Real Estate Finance

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