Marvin Solomon is a native of Tampa, Florida. He attended Gorrie School and Wilson Middle School and graduated from Plant Highschool in 1951. At Plant, Mr. Solomon was a thespian and a member of the National Forensic League where he competed in oratory. This is where he learned oratory skills to better equip him for the practice of law.
Mr. Solomon attended Florida State University and transferred his junior year to the University of Florida where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration in 1955. Mr. Solomon also received at that time a commission in the United States Army as an army officer where he served on active duty for two years. Mr. Solomon served in the Adjutant General’s Corps and among his assignments served on a general’s staff.
In 1957 Mr. Solomon enrolled in law school at the University of Florida where he received a Juris Doctor degree. During his time in law school, Mr. Solomon was active as an army reservist. After receiving his law degree and being admitted to the Florida Bar, Mr. Solomon received a transfer into the Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps. He received an honorable discharge in the grade of captain on April 5, 1968.
Mr. Solomon was raised as a Master Mason on June 29, 1956, where thereafter he received a fifty-year membership pen. Mr. Solomon also attended a program from which he was awarded status as a thirty-second degree Mason of the Scottish Rite.
Mr. Solomon has a Martindale-Hubble AV Rating. He has been continuously a member in good standing of the Florida Bar since he was sworn in in 1961. Since he opened his own legal practice in 1965, Mr. Solomon has and continues to represent the interest of hospitals regarding healthcare issues. In addition, Mr. Solomon has and continues to represent the interests of business creditors regarding secured transactions and creditors’ rights in general. Mr. Solomon has a background in probate and real property transactions.