GrayRobinson is a full-service corporate law firm with over 270 attorneys throughout 11 offices across Florida. We provide legal services for Fortune 500 companies, emerging businesses, lending institutions, local and state governments, developers, entrepreneurs and individuals across Florida, the nation and the world.
At GrayRobinson, we offer not only breadth across a great many legal specialties, but depth and proficiency in each one as well. We have invented a better brand of law firm, counting creativity as a hallmark characteristic and insisting on ingenuity and innovation. At GrayRobinson, there is no such thing as "business as usual." We are one of Florida's fastest-growing law firms and are proud to be on the forefront of emerging legal issues.
Our strength is built upon the collective histories of our offices across the state. Our roots run deep in each community we serve. As we have expanded across Florida, we have added to the foundations laid by prestigious law firms in Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale, Jacksonville, Key West, Lakeland, Melbourne, Miami, Naples, Tallahassee and Tampa.
We have forged our own path, creating a firm that best serves our clients and our communities. As we have grown, we have remained committed to keeping small-firm qualities, including the ability to work expeditiously on behalf of our clients and respond quickly to their needs. In addition, we have promised to work with conviction and compassion and to embrace our community as a matter of mission as well as passion.
In January 1990, the firm expands its presence on Florida's Space Coast by merging with Kirschenbaum and Peeples, an established Brevard County firm.
In January 1996, GrayRobinson merges with the Melbourne firm of Nohrr & Nohrr. A few months later, the firm moves its Brevard County headquarters to Melbourne.
In February 1996, the firm continues its statewide expansion, establishing an office in Tallahassee to create a permanent presence in the state capital and further expand the firm's state governmental practice.
In August 2000, the firm adds more depth to the firm's capabilities and experience in the state's capital by adding six additional attorneys to the Tallahassee office.
Expanding into the Tampa market in September 2000, the firm merges with Shackleford, Farrior, Stallings & Evans, a firm with nearly a century of history in Tampa. The merger solidifies the combined firm's presence along the "Interstate 4 Corridor" - a magnet for a number of new companies and industries.
In January 2001, GrayRobinson merges with Lane, Trohn, Bertrand & Vreeland. Formed in 1926, it is one of the largest firms in Lakeland.
In December 2003, GrayRobinson establishes an alliance with Ed Scales, P.A. in the opening of its Key West office.
In August 2004, GrayRobinson opens its office in Naples.
In November 2004, GrayRobinson opens its Jacksonville office.
In June 2005, the firm opens its office in Fort Lauderdale.
In October 2007, the firm continued its strategic expansion across Florida, with the opening of its Miami office.
In April 2013, the firm strengthened its position in South Florida by announcing its formal partnership with Siemon & Larsen. The firms officially opened the doors to a new GrayRobinson office in Boca Raton.
By continuing to add key personnel and enhance services in each of its locations, GrayRobinson has stayed well ahead of the curve in meeting the needs of business and government users of legal services. Today - with its foundation firmly grounded in the community and its vision focused on the future - GrayRobinson continues to be a major player in the state's dynamic growth.
Diversity Mission Statement
GrayRobinson is committed to excellence and we recognize diversity of ideas and experiences is critical to fulfilling our commitment. That commitment is demonstrated in many ways: by our employment practices and policies which ensure equal opportunity and foster a discrimination and harassment free workplace; opportunities for advancement to shareholder for women and minority lawyers; and our active recruiting efforts at law schools. GrayRobinson continuously reviews its recruiting, hiring, mentoring and training practices and initiatives.