Edna Pierre is a Managing Partner and Attorney at The Pierre Law Group, P.A., where she focuses her practice on Personal Injury and Immigration law. After earning her Bachelor’s degree in Criminology and Minor in Child Development, as well as her joint Master’s degrees in Social Work and Public Administration from Florida State University, she completed her education by obtaining her Juris Doctor at Stetson University College of Law.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Edna served for several years as a Guardian Ad Litem, and subsequently as a Social Worker and Case Manager for the Department of Children and Families, advocating for and protecting Florida’s children from abuse, abandonment, and neglect. She interned at the 6th Circuit Public Defender’s Office where she engaged in compliance efforts with then newly reformed national juvenile sentencing mandates and worked with defendants and juveniles appearing in various court proceedings. After law school, she worked at firms specializing in family, immigration, first party property and personal injury prior to joining The Pierre Law Group as a Managing Partner. Aside from practicing law, Edna is a Certified Family Mediator and Notary Public. She is a member of the Broward County Bar Association, Haitian Lawyers Association, Gwen S. Cherry Black Women Lawyers Association, Caribbean Bar Association, and various other groups in her legal and residential communities.
As a South Florida native and first-generation Haitian American, Edna enjoys engaging in outreach and volunteering to give back to her community. When not working, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, exploring and blogging about plant-based cuisine throughout South Florida, and traveling.