Warren K. Anderson, Jr., Esq.

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Anderson, Howell & Ravis, P.A.

“The Preservation Project was the greatest act of local government in my lifetime. The least I can do is to help protect what John Delaney and his visionary colleagues saved for all of us.”

Warren graduated from Wake Forest University and attended the University of Florida College of Law. He has practiced civil litigation law at his firm, Anderson, Howell & Ravis P.A., in Jacksonville Beach, Florida, since 1987.

Warren is currently the President of the Public Trust Environmental Legal Institute of Florida, Inc. Public Trust’s mission is to enhance and provide legal protection for the lands and waters held in the “public trust.” The focus thus far has been on the Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve and other properties that are part of the Preservation Project of Northeast Florida.

Warren’s environmental advocacy background includes:

  • Former chairman and board member, Sierra Club of Northeast Florida
  • Past chairman of the Tree Protection Task Force under former Jacksonville Mayor Delaney
  • Past member of the Growth Management Task Force under Jacksonville Mayor Peyton
  • Former member of the Environmental Protection Board under Jacksonville Mayor Peyton

Warren is also a member of the legal committee for the St. Johns Riverkeeper.