Bipartisan Group of Miami Legal Luminaries Endorse Koh

A powerhouse list of the local bar, including major Cuban-American luminaries, have written an open Bipartisan Letter from Miami attorneys in support of Dean Koh's nomination as Legal Adviser to the Secretary of State.

Kudos to Roberto Martinez (US Attorney, SDFL 1992-93), Robert Josefsberg (President and Dean, International Academy of Trial Lawyers, 1998-2001; Counsel to Florida Governor Robert Graham, 1979- 1980), Marcos Jimenez (US Attorney, SDFL 2002-05), Cesar Alvarez (Greenberg Traurig, CEO), Frank Jimenez (U.S. Navy, General Counsel, 2006-present; U.S. Department of Defense, Deputy General Counsel, 2005-06; HUD, Chief of Staft 2002-04; Governor Jeb Bush, Acting General Counsel, 2000), Jacqueline Becerra (DOJ 1994-2004), Rene Murai (President, Cuban-American Bar Association, 1985-1986) and Francisco Angones (President of The Florida Bar, 2007-08, President, Cuban-American Bar Association, 1982-1983).

Earlier post: Of Koh, Johnsen … and Bork.

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One Response to Bipartisan Group of Miami Legal Luminaries Endorse Koh

  1. Nice to see, props to all.

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