Zachary D. Bodenheimer, Esq.
Zachary D. Bodenheimer is a partner at Goldberg & Rosen. He is committed to securing justice and providing expert representation for victims who have been injured.
Born and raised in North Carolina, Mr. Bodenheimer achieved his bachelor’s degree from Campbell University, where he graduated magna cum laude and was student body president. From there, he moved to South Florida to attend law school at the University of Miami School of Law, where he served on the executive board of the honorary legal fraternity Phi Delta Phi and was selected as an associate editor of the Inter-American Law Review, an exclusive review focusing on legal issues that directly impact Latin America and the Caribbean. Throughout law school, Mr. Bodenheimer worked for Goldberg & Rosen as a law clerk and assisted in the successful litigation of numerous cases. After graduating in the top ten percent of his class, he was inducted into the elite honorary scholastic society, Order of the Coif.
Upon graduation, Mr. Zachary D. Bodenheimer wanted to give back to the people of Miami-Dade County. As such, he accepted a position as an Assistant State Attorney at the Office of the State Attorney of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit, the fourth largest prosecutor’s office in the nation. During this time, he aggressively protected the rights of victims in 25 cases, gaining invaluable trial experience in cases involving DUIs, sexual battery and drug trafficking.
As one of our leading trial attorneys in Miami at Goldberg & Rosen, Mr. Bodenheimer continues to fight for the rights of victims. He is passionately committed to helping those who have been injured and ensuring they receive the best legal representation available.
Mr. Bodenheimer is an active member in the Florida Justice Association and the Miami Dade Trial Lawyers Association. He has also been recognized and rated by Super Lawyers as a Rising Star in 2016.
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