K. F. Boackle was educated at Loyola
University, New Orleans, Louisiana (Bachelor of Business
Administration) and Jackson School of Law (Now Mississippi College
School of Law), Jackson, Mississippi (Doctorate
of Jurisprudence). He has practiced law since 1979 and was selected for Who’s
Who in American Law 1998-present. Mr. Boackle has served as a real
estate law expert in State and Federal courts. He has been listed in Mid-South Super Lawyers,
2006-2010 (one of 9 in Real Estate Law in Mississippi in the 2006 inaugural issue). Mr.
Boackle is rated "AV" (the highest possible rating) in the areas of real
estate and litigation by his peers in Martindale-Hubbell. From 1999-2013
he was included on the
list of Mediators provided for in the Court-Annexed Mediation Rules for
Civil Litigation issued by the Mississippi Supreme Court. He has been a
Mississippi Real Estate Broker since 1972. (Salesman's
Mr. Boackle’s Continuing Legal Education Seminars are presumptively approved by the Mississippi Commission on Continuing Legal Education. Since 1985, he has conducted or participated in over 200 Continuing Education Seminars for attorneys and real estate agents. Please contact our offices to inquire about upcoming continuing education seminars.
K. F. Boackle has tried over 50 cases involving real estate matters. Additionally, he has handled over 3,000 real estate transactions, ranging from simple sales to multiple party exchanges. Prior to starting his law practice, he was active in real estate brokerage. He served the Jackson Board of Realtors® as President, and Chairman of the Professional Standards Committee. He earned the Certified Residential Specialist® Designation from the National Association of Realtors®.
Since 2007, Mr. Boackle has been an Adjunct Professor at Mississippi College School of Law, teaching Real Estate Transactions. In addition, he has taught real estate law at Belhaven College in Jackson, Mississippi (1977-1981), Hinds Community College in Raymond, Mississippi (1976-1977), and Mississippi Realtors® Institute (1978-1982).
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