Carter’s practice is concentrated on a wide range of technology, business, litigation, and workplace legal issues. He works on notification and compliance matters associated with large-scale data breaches. He has significant trial experience and has chaired at dozens of jury and non-jury trials.
Educational & Professional Background
Carter is a proud double ‘Nole. He earned a B.A. in Communication Studies with a focus in digital technology and a J.D. from Florida State University. He was managing editor of the FSU Business Review and senior member of the FSU Law Review; he made the Dean’s List multiple times. Previously Carter served as general counsel and privacy officer for a Tallahassee technology company; he guided the company through a rebranding, provided counsel to business units, and advised on several state and federal audits. Carter worked at the Second Judicial Circuit State Attorneys’ Office and interned at the Federal Communications Commission and the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Florida. He also worked for a Jacksonville financial technology company and was a freelance web developer in college.
Carter is a member of the Florida Bar and is admitted to practice in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Florida.
Community & Professional Involvement
Carter served as a board member for TalTech Alliance, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit alliance of businesses, academic centers, and individuals focused on promoting technology-based entrepreneurship, business expansion, and innovation in the Capital region. He is a member of Leadership Tallahassee, Class 35. Carter is active in the Catholic Diocese of St. Augustine where he helps support youth initiatives. As a volunteer for Rwanda Sustainable Families he assisted in constructing water tanks in Rwanda’s Gisenyi Valley.