Stuart Marshall Bloch was a Founding and Managing Partner of Ingersoll and Bloch, chartered, from 1972 until its merger with Holland & Knight, LLP in 1998. He currently serves the firm as “of counsel.”
Well-known throughout the real estate sector, Mr. Bloch is the author and editor-in-chief of more than 25 books and treatises and has lectured on real estate lending topics since 1972. He is the founding co-chair of the University of Miami Presidents Council and created the university’s Distinguished Alumni Endowment Fund. Additionally, he co-founded the F.Y. Chang Fellows program at Harvard Law School.
Mr. Bloch earned his L.L.B., with honors, from Harvard University Law School in 1967, where he was the Founding Editor of the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review. He is a 1964 graduate of the University of Miami, where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree with honors. From 1967-1968, Mr. Bloch served in Vietnam with the International Voluntary Services.
Mr. Bloch is married to the Honorable Julia Chang Bloch, the former U.S. Ambassador to Nepal.