In 2010, I decided to heed my calling to the law. Now, I spend my time aggressively defending the rights of my clients at Delgado & Romanik.
Blake Taelman grew up in South Bend, Indiana, and travelled to Gainesville, Florida, for a Bachelor's degree in Finance and a minor in Entrepreneurship. In 2010, Blake attended the Northwestern University School of Law, where he concentrated in Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution.
After law school, Blake accepted a position as a litigation associate at Foley & Lardner in Tampa, Florida. Two years later, while expecting his second child, Blake and his wife decided to move closer to family, so he accepted a position at the State Attorney's Office as a prosecutor. While there, Blake had a 90% success rate at trial. Blake ended his career on the State side of criminal law as a felony prosecutor to join Delgado & Romanik, where he now spends his time defending the rights of his clients.
In addition to fighting for his clients, Blake is a Licensed Florida Realtor™, former custom home builder, and former residential real estate developer.
Florida Bar (2014)
Pro Se Litigation Manual for Federal Court, Middle District, Florida, Editor.
Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (“FACDL”)