Amy Lefkowitz has resided in Florida for almost her entire life. She received a Bachelor’s of Science Degree from the Warrington College of Business Administration at the University of Florida, in 1997, with a dual degree in Finance and Management. Following her undergraduate studies in Gainesville, she obtained a Juris Doctor from the University of Miami School of Law, in 2000.
During her time as a law student, Mrs. Lefkowitz worked as a Certified Legal Intern at the Office of the State Attorney at the 11th Judicial Circuit and as a law clerk at a private firm in Miami, specializing in civil matters. Since becoming a member of the Florida Bar in 2000, Mrs. Lefkowitz has practiced law in Miami, West Palm Beach, and Orlando. The primary focus of her career has been in workers’ compensation, representing both claimants and defense, in complex litigation cases throughout the State of Florida.
Mrs. Lefkowitz’s professional career also included seven years in the academic sector of law, working in administration at a law school based in Orlando. Her responsibilities during that time were focused on helping law students shape and direct their future legal and professional careers, a passion that she continues to follow through mentoring younger lawyers and professionals.
Mrs. Lefkowitz has been an active member of the Central Florida Association of Woman Lawyers and has served in a variety of roles as a member of the Board of Directors of the Kinneret Council on Aging, an Central Florida-based not-for-profit organization focused on providing affordable housing for seniors. She has worked pro bono as a Citizens Dispute Mediator for the Orange County Bar Association, and representing children in domestic legal cases, as a Guardian Ad Litem. In her non-work time, Mrs. Lefkowitz enjoys spending time with her family, reading, and exercising.