Jorge Callaos
Areas of Practice
Complex Business Litigation Civil Litigation
Bar Admissions
State of Florida, 2019
University of Florida, Levin College of Law, Gainesville, Florida J.D.: 2019 University of Florida, Warrington College of Business, Gainesville, Florida B.S. in Business Administration: 2016 Major: Finance; Minor: Entrepreneurship

Jorge Callaos

Jorge Callaos was born and raised in Caracas, Venezuela, and immigrated with his family to Orlando, Florida, when he was nine years old. After graduating high school, he pursued his undergraduate studies at the University of Florida, where he obtained his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in 2016 from the Warrington College of Business with a major in Finance and minor in Entrepreneurship. During his undergraduate tenure, Jorge served as the New Member Educator of the Chi Phi Fraternity and was a member of its Judiciary Board.

After obtaining his bachelor’s degree, Jorge tacked on an extra three years to his stay in Gainesville for his legal studies and obtained his juris doctorate degree in 2019. During his tenure at the Levin College of Law, Jorge was a legal extern for the Honorable James R. Klindt in Jacksonville, an intern with the State Attorneys’ Office in Gainesville, and a member of the Dean’s List.

After law school, Jorge began working for Yarnell & Peterson, P.A., in Naples, Florida, where he focused his work on construction law, commercial litigation, first-party property insurance litigation, business transactions, intellectual property rights, and appellate proceedings. Jorge advised his clients on the complex legal issues they were facing and helped them prepare and strategize for the future.

In 2022, Jorge moved to the Greater Tampa area and joined McIntyre Thanasides as an associate, where he primarily focuses his work on complex business litigation. In his spare time, Jorge is a self-described bookworm, a practitioner of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, and a fan of Gator football and basketball.

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