Robert C. Chilton, a Winter Haven native, joined Sharit, Bunn & Chilton, P.A. in 2004. Mr. Chilton graduated from Vanderbilt University, cum laude, in 1999. He earned his law degree from Wake Forest University School of Law in 2004 and was admitted to the Florida Bar in 2005.
While at Vanderbilt, Mr. Chilton was honored with the Senior Thesis Award and the Human and Organizational Development Outstanding Graduate Award. At Wake Forest, he served as captain of the Jessup International Law Moot Court Team, treasurer of the Public Interest Law Organization and representative to the Student Bar Association.
Mr. Chilton's practice focuses primarily on civil litigation, community association law and appellate law. He serves on the Claims Court Rules Committee of the Florida Bar, as treasurer of the Willson American Inn of Court and is a member of the Florida Justice Association, the Polk County Trial Lawyers Association, the National Association of Personal Injury Lawyers and the First Presbyterian Church of Winter Haven.
Publications and Articles:
Chilton, Robert C., The Peloponnesian War: A Study in the Failure of Arbitration (Wake Forest University School of Law 2004).
Chilton, Robert C., A House Divided, International Law and the Question of Unilateral U.S. Action in Iraq (Wake Forest University School of Law 2002).
Chilton, Robert C. & Allison Ruff, "3 Dimensional Change Management", Managing Change in Healthcare 55 (M. K. Key ed., McGraw-Hill 1999).
Chilton, Robert C., Academic Integrity: An Analysis of the Forces that Influence Us (Undergraduate Thesis, Vanderbilt University, 1999).