Rebecca Rodriguez Reappointed to The Florida Bar Governmental and Public Policy Advocacy Committee

Fort Lauderdale, Fla. – July 1, 2020 – Attorney Rebecca A. Rodriguez, of counsel in GrayRobinson's Miami law firm and Fort Lauderdale law firm offices, has been re-appointed to The Florida Bar’s Governmental and Public Policy Advocacy Committee for the 2020-2021 year. The mission of the committee is to provide professionalism among lawyer-lobbyists, provide appropriate and applicable legal education on matters of interest to (and tailored especially for) lawyer-lobbyists, provide mentoring and networking opportunities that are not available elsewhere, and provide an opportunity for lawyer-lobbyists to stay abreast of and collectively be heard by Florida Bar leadership on various Bar proposals (including proposed rules and ethics opinions) that may affect them. 

Rebecca's practice focuses on state and federal litigation, appeals, and general compliance matters for compliance clients, financial institutions, and government entities. Rebecca is a graduate of Leadership Fort Lauderdale Class XXII, and Leadership Miami Class XL. Rebecca was recently honored by South Florida Business & Wealth as a 2020 Up & Comer in the area of law. She was recognized as a 2020 top up & comer in litigation by the South Florida Legal Guide, as well as a rising star in business litigation from 2017 to 2020 by Florida Super Lawyers Magazine.

Rebecca currently serves as the co-chair of the Broward County Bar Association’s Government Law Section.  She also serves on the board of directors for Legal Aid Service of Broward County, Inc., which offers pro bono civil legal services to the low-income residents of Broward County.

Learn more about The Florida Bar’s Governmental and Public Policy Advocacy Committee here.