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Attorney Lee J. Rohn handles more than 55 percent of the cases in the civil litigation docket of St. Croix in the Virgin Islands. She has represented clients against large conglomerates in matters involving illegal discrimination, toxic disposal, and negligence. Active in her community, Lee J. Rohn contributes to Legal Services of the Virgin Islands, Inc.The non-profit organization Legal Services of the Virgin Islands offers pro bono legal assistance to individuals in need throughout the region. With offices in St. Thomas and St. Croix, Legal Services of the Virgin Islands was founded in 1969 with the mission to protect rights and provide all people with access to justice. Today, it continues that mission as the only such group in the Virgin Islands to offer expansive free legal services.Attorneys at this organization focus on civil law. People requiring income protection can turn to its professionals for guidance on public assistance, consumer claims, and Social Security. It defends children and spouses who faced domestic violence. In addition, the group advises on landlord-tenant disputes and federally-subsidized housing rights. Moreover, Legal Services of the Virgin Islands treats its elderly and disabled clients with dignity and care while managing their legal issues.
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Ms. Lee Rohn practices law in the US Virgin Islands. She serves as the founder of the Law Offices of Law Offices of Rohn and Carpenter, LLC, in Christiansted, US Virgin Islands. Her office handles 65% of the civil docket in St. Croix. Many of Ms. Rohn’s cases involve suits against large corporations regarding illegal discrimination, toxic exposure, and injuries. Her clients have received awards that total in the millions thanks to her efforts. Lee Rohn also takes cases involving appellate appeals, civil litigation, complex litigation, civil appeals, premises liability, and labor and employment, in addition to environmental law, insurance bad faith, products liability, and personal injury law. Lee Rohn also gives back to the community through the Lee J. Rohn Summer Scholarship Program. This program provides underprivileged youth with the opportunity to attend a summer camp of their choice. Thanks to her $50,000 donation, over 350 children have been able to participate. Ms. Rohn also volunteers with Stanley & the Ten Sleepless Knights, the Quelbe Dance Association, the Young Crucian Tennis Association, and the Virgin Islands Department of Education, St. Croix School District. When she’s not practicing law or volunteering, Lee Rohn enjoys participating in Carnival. Other hobbies include hiking, snorkeling, dancing, and playing tennis. She enjoys reading the works of F. Scott Fitzgerald, Leo Tolstoy, and Philippa Gregory. She calls Christiansted home, but is originally from Texas. Ms. Rohn received her BA from Sam Houston University in Huntsville, and her JD from The University of Texas in Austin. While attending the latter institution, Lee Rohn won several accolades, including recognition as a Keeton Fellow, and became the first female student body president.