BY KENDALL COFFEY
The Lindbergh Kidnapping, Spinning the Law,
History Lesson: Some crimes are so notorious they
would give even mobsters a bad name.
Kendall Coffey graduated with honors from the University of Florida law school in 1978 while he clerked for the Honorable Lewis R. Morgan, at the U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit. Upon graduation, Mr. Coffey joined the firm Greenberg, Traurig from 1978 until 1988 where he led the firm’s banking litigation division.
In 1988, with fellow attorneys, Coffey was a founding partner in Coffey, Aragon, Martin & Burlington. During this time, he served as Dade County Bar Association President from 1990 through 1991, where he has been an active member since 1985. Advocating for legal professionals to provide pro-bono work for the poor and refuge to the homeless.