Top 20 Women in Law: DBR Recognizes South Florida Achievers

September 11, 2014

The Daily Business Review's Top 20 Women in Law recognition program honors a diverse selection of accomplished women who have made a mark in the South Florida legal community.

More than 80 candidates from law firms, courts, other public agencies, education and public interest law were reviewed as part of the selection process for the inaugural program.

The women will be saluted at a luncheon on Oct. 15 at the JW Marriott Miami at 1109 Brickell Ave.

The honorees are:

• Rosemary Barkett, Iran-U.S. Claims Tribunal judge

• Rosalyn Baker Barnes, Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley

• Hilarie Bass, Greenberg Traurig

• Sharon Bock, Palm Beach County Clerk & Comptroller

• Kelly-Ann Cartwright, Holland & Knight

• Corali Lopez-Castro, Kozyak Tropin & Throckmorton

• Sheila M. Cesarano, Shutts & Bowen

• Susan N. Eisenberg, Akerman

• Anne Marie Estevez, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius

• Ilona Holmes, Broward circuit judge

• Elaine Johnson James, Berger Singerman

• Carol Licko, Hogan Lovells

• Cheryl Little, Americans for Immigrant Justice

• Michelle D. Mason, senior associate law dean at Florida International University

• Victoria Mendez, Assistant Miami city attorney

• Alison W. Miller, Stearns Weaver Miller Weissler Alhadeff & Sitterson

• Traci Rollins, Squire Patton Boggs

• Katherine Fernandez Rundle, Miami-Dade state attorney

• Bertila Soto, Miami-Dade chief circuit judge

• Patricia White, University of Miami law dean

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