Tampa native Greg Green has dedicated his life to serving the people of Hillsborough — now he needs your help to continue that service on the bench.
Greg’s love for this community came early in life: at Chamberlain High School he worked hard as a student, under the Friday night lights of the Chiefs’ football team, and as a basketball standout. There, he learned lessons about teamwork, preparation, and fairness that guide him today in the courtroom.
Greg’s service to Hillsborough County continues today through his professional and personal involvement in the community. He is honored to have served as an Assistant State Attorney and Assistant Attorney General for the county, where he worked to ensure justice in our courts every day. He has also fought for the rights of families as a criminal defense attorney and family law attorney. Currently, his practice consists entirely of divorce and child custody cases.
Greg also serves the community and our youth personally, as a coach for both the women’s flag football team at Robinson High School. Greg also volunteers as a “Big” in the Big Brothers Big Sisters Program, an attorney ad litem assisting children in the juvenile justice system and as a biblical counselor at the Crossing Church. Greg is a seventh generation Tampa native and a lifetime Floridian who’s lived in many locations across Hillsborough, our county is his “forever home.”
Greg is married and has two young daughters, born and raised right here in Hillsborough. He is committed to justice through service, and would be honored to serve our community as your next 13th Judicial Circuit Judge for Group 31.