Kéran J. Billaud is an associate at the Firm’s Fort Lauderdale West Office in Plantation, Florida, and practices in construction law, personal injury, general civil litigation, and insurance defense.
Mr. Billaud received his Juris Doctor from the University of Florida Frederic G. Levin College of Law in Gainesville, Florida, and a M.A.M.C. in Professional Telecommunications from the UF College of Journalism and Communications. He attended Emory & Henry College, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communications with a double-minor in French and English Literature/Creative Writing. In 2016, he was a recipient of the Top Student Paper ward in the Law & Policy Division at the national AEJMC Annual Conference and also received the 2015-2016 college-wide Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching Award for his work at the UF College of Journalism and Communications.
Throughout graduate studies, he focused on civil rights law, mass communication law, First Amendment law, and telecommunications administrative law, co-authoring law journal articles and participating as an Earle K. Moore Research Fellow for the Multicultural Media, Telecom and Internet Council in Washington, D.C. during 2018. There, he focused on geographic redlining, the Santana Initiative, the RADIO Pirate Act, and the Uniendo A Puerto Rico Fund and Connect USVI Fund. During law school, Billaud spent his spare time working pro bono on civil rights issues, performing community service through Habitat for Humanity, and was recognized by the Levin College of Law for outstanding achievement in these areas.
Mr. Billaud is admitted to practice in the State of Florida.
Calvert, C., Minchin, M., Billaud, K., Bruckenstein, K., & Phillips, T. (Winter 2017). Indecency Four Years After Fox Television Stations: From Big Papi to a Porn Star, An Egregious Mess at the FCC Continues. Published in the University of Richmond Law Review.
Calvert C., Morehart, E., Billaud, K., Bruckenstein, K. (Winter 2016). Access to Information About Lethal Injections: A First Amendment Theory Perspective on Creating a New Constitutional Right. Published in the Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal.