David Andrew Aronberg, American former state legislator. Bar: Florida 1996, District of Columbia 1999.
Aronberg, David Andrew was born on May 4, 1971 in Miami Beach, Florida, United States.
Bachelor with honors, Harvard University, 1993. Juris Doctor, Harvard University, 1996.
Worked at Steel Hector & Davis LLP (Miami, Florida) specializing in General Practice. Admitted to the bar, 1996, Florida. John Harvard Scholarship.
Board of Student Advisers. Recipient, Williston Prize. Author: "Crumbling Foundations: Why Recent Judicial and Legislative Challenges to Title IX May Signal Its Demise," Volume 47, Issue 5, Florida Law Review (December 1995).
Introduction to Lawyering Instructor, Harvard Law School, 1994-1996. Ames Moot Court Instructor, Harvard Law School, 1994-1996. Steel Hector & Davis LLP maintains a diversified business practice that includes general and commercial litigation and alternative dispute resolution.
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