Few in the legal community doubt Florida attorney Bruce Rogow’s prowess and integrity. He cut his teeth as a civil rights lawyer in Mississippi in the 1960s, providing legal assistance to the flood of civil rights workers trying to end segregation in the deep South. He then dedicated himself to helping the poor, becoming assistant director of Greater Miami Legal Services.
Since then, he’s become a well-known First Amendment and constitutional lawyer, arguing 11 times before the U.S. Supreme Court — more than any other Florida attorney. He also has been counsel in scores of cases at the Florida Supreme Court and has argued more than 450 civil and criminal cases in federal and state appellate courts.
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