William Roppolo leads in Miami a firm with 70-plus offices and over 6,500 lawyers worldwide. He monitors financials and planning, manages growth, and works with the COO on staff and attorney employment issues; he seeks to ensure an office environment of collaboration. The firm’s pro bono efforts include voter rights litigation in Tallahassee and representing the NAACP in school desegregation litigation. Roppolo is a past president of the South Florida chapter of the Federal Bar Association and served on its ethics committee.
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