Andrew B. Black obtained his Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from the University of Miami in May of 2003. He then attended Nova Southeastern University where he received his Juris Doctor and was admitted to the Florida Bar in 2006. While in law school, Mr. Black was a Senior Staff Member of the Nova Law Review and was the recipient of the Nova Law Review Team Player Award for his contributions. He also was a judicial clerk for the Honorable Robert B. Carney in the 17th Circuit Court in Fort Lauderdale, as well as the Research and Teaching Assistant for the Lawyering Skills and Values Course. Mr. Black joined Robert Kaye & Associates, P.A. in 2007, and continues to work at Kaye Bender Rembaum, P.L., assisting the Firm’s Association clients on all aspects of Community Association operation. In June 2018, Mr. Black was among the inaugural class of esteemed attorneys to be officially certified in the new area of Condominium and Planned Development Law. Mr. Black also has conducted many Board Member Certification seminars, as well as being a frequent speaker on various topics of interest to community association boards of directors, managers, and owners.