I graduated the Wharton School of Finance & Commece, University of Pennsylvania in 1953. I then attended New York Univeristy Law School in NYC, graduating cum laude, third in my class and having served as editor on the Law School's Law Review. I graduated and was admitted to the New York Bar in 1956. following which I served as an Assistant Attorney General in the New York State Attorney General's Office, arguing countless appeals before the pre-eminent bench of the U.S.Court of Appeals, Second Judicial Circuit. I then enlisted in the U.S. Air Force Judge Advocate General's Corp, serving as an officer at the Strategic Air Command base in Oklahoma and then in New Hampshire, alternating as a prosecutor and defense counsel among my other duties. After my tour of duty I returned to practice law in N.Y. City. In 1971 I moved to Miami, Florida to represent a firm client (a real estate developer throughout the State). While doing so I sat for and was admitted to the Florida Bar. That year my family and I permanently relocated to South Florida where I have been actively practising all aspects of law ever since, including but not limited to trial and appellate work at the State and Federal levels, and real property matters (including but not limited to purchases and sales, and title closings), corporate matters, and trusts and estates among other things.
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|FL||Administrative - Not authorized to practice||1971||08/12/2015|
|President||Lawrence H. Rogovin, P.A.||1950 - Present|
|New York University School of Law||Doctor of Jurisprudence/Juris Doctor||JD - Juris Doctor, Cum Laude||1956|