Leah Aaronson

Associate
305.350.2353
Area of Focus: Land Development & Government Relations
GET TO KNOW Leah
As a member of the Land Development & Government Relations, Leah is involved in some of the biggest development and construction projects shaping South Florida today. She represents clients in land use, zoning, government procurement, public-private partnerships, and bid protest matters. Leah also represents private and public sector clients in trial and appellate court.
Q & A
What kind of legal challenges get you most excited?
I thrive on really complicated cases, and the process of seeing them through to clear concepts and winning arguments. When I work hard to piece together a solid argument, and then that "eureka" moment happens where it all fits into place, it’s a very exciting feeling.
How would you describe your team?
Part of what clients love about working with our Land Development & Government Relations Group is that we work together collaboratively. The standards are very high, and I appreciate our culture of never short-changing a matter and not stopping until the case is where it needs to be.
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Leah's PRACTICES
EXPERIENCE

As a University of Miami law student, Leah argued before the Florida Supreme Court and was named "best advocate” at the Florida Bar’s Robert Orseck Memorial Moot Court Competition.

Leah also won the "best advocate" award at the 2015 Duberstein National Moot Court Competition in New York, the largest moot court competition in the country.

INSIGHTS
Speaking Engagement July 20, 2016
Scott N. Wagner & Leah Aronson present at "The Impact of Campbell-Ewald, Tyson Foods, and Spokeo on Class Actions," a Federal Bar Association's Webinar.
Publication November 13, 2015

The intimate information individuals store in modern-day cell phones is protected under the Fourth Amendment. Police officers can no longer search a cell phone incident to arrest, absent exigent circumstances.

CREDENTIALS
  • University of Miami, J.D., magna cum laude, Order of the Coif, 2015, 69 U. Miami L. Rev.
    Florida State University, B.S., Political Science, 2011
  • Greater Miami Jewish Federation
    Network Board Member, 2016
  • Florida
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