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William McLeod
William McLeod, Esq.

Mr. McLeod received his bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Florida, his masters of arts from the University of Miami and his Ph.D. in economics from Florida State University in 1985.

Mr. McLeod received his Juris Doctorate from St. Thomas University School of Law and was admitted to practice in the state of Florida in 2001.

Currently, Mr. McLeod is an economics professor at Florida International University and Broward Community College. In addition to college professorship, Mr. McLeod’s maintains a general law practice, focusing primarily on estate planning, venture capital, construction litigation and social security benefits.

In the area of estate planning, Mr. McLeod utilizes his academic research expertise in portfolio risk management through fixed income securities to offer clients the advantages of safety in the funding of trust and estate plans. Another of Mr. McLeod’s practice areas, planning corporate export ventures, draws upon his academic research expertise in international finance.

Mr. McLeod has taught and written on the topic of currency hedging against fluctuations as well as the use of debt equity swaps to augment the flow of local currency when undertaking overseas direct investment. He has published articles in the Journal of Post-Keynesian Economics.

Mr. McLeod is proficient in Italian and Spanish.

Mr. McLeod is committed to listening to clients’ concerns and providing clear, understandable and comprehensive solutions to financial and legal problems.