Rhonda S. Bennett, received her undergraduate degree in Government in 1981 and entered the Florida State University College of Law in 1987 following several years as a paralegal specializing in complex litigation cases. She graduated from law school with high honors in 1990 and was welcomed into Brooks & LeBoeuf and was named as a partner in 1995. Ms. Bennett has been selected for the Martindale-Hubble Bar Registry of Preeminent Women Lawyers.
Ms. Bennett specializes in the representation of those who have received serious injury through negligence and has a special interest in protecting the rights of the elderly and those with physical and mental disabilities. She has been instrumental in assisting the firm’s efforts to obtain recoveries in excess of one million dollars. She also serves as general counsel for the Apalachee Center, Inc. and is a member of the Florida Bar, the American Justice Association, and the Florida Justice Association.
Around the office, she is affectionately referred to as “the walking library” and assists all lawyers and paralegals with her sharp mind and the heart of a teacher.