Evan Dix is an associate attorney practicing commercial and appellate litigation. Evan’s practice involves a wide array of commercial litigation matters throughout the state of Florida, primarily those involving real estate and land development disputes, contract disputes, business torts, and landlord/tenant disputes. Evan also handles many appeals in Florida’s Circuit Courts and District Courts of Appeal arising from land development approvals and denials, as well as other civil appeals in a broad range of contexts.

Evan obtained his law degree from Stetson University College of Law where he received the Edward D. Foreman Most Distinguished Student Award. Evan remains active with the college of law, serving as an Advocacy Skills Trainer with the Moot Court program.

Outside the office, Evan enjoys spending time with his wife, playing his guitars, and personal fitness.


  • Florida Super Lawyers Rising Star (2020-2022)

Credentials & Experience


Stetson University College of Law, J.D., 2017, magna cum laude

  • Edward D. Foreman Most Distinguished Student Award
  • Law Review, Editor in Chief (2016-2017)
  • Moot Court Board

University of Tampa, B.S., 2014, cum laude

Bar Admissions

American Bar Association

The Florida Bar

Hillsborough County Bar Association

Court Admissions

All Florida State Courts

U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida

U.S. District Court, Northern District of Florida


Articles & Publications

Dazed and Confused: The Need for Clarity in Dodd-Frank's Abusive Standard, 47 Stetson L. Rev. 185 (2017).

Published Decisions

  • Kim v. Galasso, et al., 348 So. 3d 1183 (Fla. 2d DCA 2022). Won affirmance of summary judgment concerning ownership of palm trees.
  • Gulf Coast Commercial, LLC v. KOS Corp., et al., 2022 WL 17331977 (Fla. 2d DCA 2022). Won reversal of temporary injunction that prematurely resolved the merits of the lawsuit.
  • Advocates for Disabled Vets, LLC v. Tampa Palms Professional Center, LLC, 2022 WL 17366200 (Fla. 2d DCA 2022). Won denial of a petition for writ of certiorari challenging order that allowed post-judgment discovery from a non-party.
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