JEFFREY A. RYNOR
JEFFREY A. RYNOR is the President of the Dade County Bar Association for 2016. He is the Immediate Past-President of Temple Emanu-El and is past President of the Miami Beach Senior High Alumni Association. He is on the executive committee and Board of Directors of The Hebrew Academy, and the Board of Trustees for the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens Trust. He is the past Chair of the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens and Trust, past President of the Vizcayans and Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Greater Miami (for which he received national honors), and is the author of Comparative Negligence and Contribution in Florida: "Contribution from Parties Otherwise Immune from Suit," The Florida Bar 4th Edition 1992.
Mr. RYNOR earned his law degree from the University of Florida in 1980 and received an LL.M. degree in taxation from George Washington University in 1982. He received his undergraduate degree, with high honors and Phi Beta Kappa distinction, from the University of Florida in 1978.
Mr. Rynor’s current areas of concentration include matrimonial and civil litigation. Every year since 2004, Mr. Rynor has been named one of South Florida’s “Top Lawyers” in the areas of civil litigation and matrimonial law in the “South Florida Legal Guide.” In addition, for every year since 2007, Mr. Rynor was also named one of Florida’s Super Lawyers.
Mr. Rynor is the past chair of the Dade County Bar Association By-laws Committee and is the past Chair of the Dade County Bar Association Matrimonial Law Committee. He served on the Florida Bar Grievance Committee from 1986 to 1989 and on the Editorial Board of the Dade County Bar Bulletin from1989 to 1990. Mr. Rynor is past chair of the Florida Bar’s Equal Opportunities in the Profession Committee. Mr. Rynor became a certified mediator in 1989 and was a finalist in the 1996 Up & Comers Award established by the South Florida Business Journal. Mr. Rynor was recognized by the Ronald McDonald House in 2002 as one of South Florida’s 12 “Good Men” and by the Miami News in 1988 as one of Dade’s “Good People.” He was also inducted into the Miami Beach Senior High Hall of Fame in 2004.