Jason W. Searl Attorney At Law

Jason W. Searl - Attorney at Law


T 407.843.8880
F 407.244.5690
D 407.244.5601
Orlando 301 East Pine Street Suite 1400 Orlando, Florida 32801

T 321.727.8100
F 321.984.4122
Melbourne 1795 West NASA Boulevard Melbourne, Florida 32901

Experienced real estate transactional lawyer serving clients across Florida. Focus on I-4 corridor land use, real estate, and local government affairs.

Jason Searl represents businesses and individuals in public and government law matters, with a focus on land use, environmental, real estate, banking, corporate, and higher education. A Central Florida native, he is an active thought leader in the real estate development space, serving on the Municipal Planning Board for the City of Orlando and as the firm representative for the Association of Florida Community Developers. He also serves as an assistant city attorney for the Towns of Astatula, Windermere, and Howey-in-the-Hills, and the Cities of Fort Meade, Polk City, and Wauchula.

Jason has extensive real estate transactional experience, including mergers and acquisitions, sales, licensing, development and finance, title insurance, and escrow and closing agent services as an agent of Fidelity National Title Insurance Company and The Fund. He helps landowners, developers, and individuals navigate deal issues and disputes across the I-4 Corridor. A fully embedded advocate, he has represented clients at the local governmental level and before numerous local governments and agencies for more than twenty years.

Jason frequently teams with GrayRobinson colleagues in the banking and finance, government, land use, and real estate practices to provide integrated transactional services for his clients. 

  • Notable Work
    • Assisted with the firm’s historic defense of a political action committee’s efforts to allow a referendum to elect a special chair of the Orange County School Board.
    • Represents the District Board of Trustees of Seminole State College.
  • Insights
    • "Land Acquisition Roadblocks and Solutions Related to Tax Code," Greater Orlando Builders Association Developer’s Council Panel, June 29, 2021
  • Affiliations
    • The Florida Bar
      • Environmental and Land Use Law Section
      • Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section
    • Association of Florida Community Developers
    • Boone High School Athletic Association, Board Member
    • City of Orlando
      • Parks Impact Fee Program Advisory Board
      • Community Development Block Grants Advisory Committee
      • Transportation Authority Committee, 2021-2022
      • Board Review Committee, 2018
    • Delaney Park Little League Board of Directors
      • Secretary, 2019
    • Heart to Heart, a Community Care Organization, Board Member and Legal Counsel, 2009-2019
    • Leadership Florida Cornerstone, Class 42
    • Leadership Seminole, Class 24
    • Melbourne Regional Chamber, Board of Directors
    • Urban Land Institute
    • Volusia County Association for Responsible Development
  • Credentials
    • J.D., Stetson University, 2000
    • M.B.A., Stetson University, 2000
    • B.A., Furman University, 1997
  • Admissions
    • Florida