Emeraude Lerebours was born in the Caribbean and was raised in Ontario, Canada. She graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Criminology, with a minor in Communication at the University of Florida. During her time in college, she was an active member of the Student Code of Conduct Committee, a Communication Ambassador, and a Teaching Assistant for Interpersonal Communication.
Ms. Lerebours continued her education at Stetson University College of Law. While at Stetson, Ms. Lerebours held multiple leadership positions such as the elected President of the International Law Society, the Programs Coordinator for the Florida Association for Women Lawyers at Stetson, a Teaching Assistant for Property, an Editor of the Journal of Comparative and International Aging Law & Policy, and a Managing Editor of the Stetson Journal of Advocacy and the Law.
Ms. Lerebours was also a member of the Stetson BLSA Trial Team, where she competed in two competitions, in which she was placed as a finalist in both.
During her last summer of law school, Ms. Lerebours worked as a Judicial Intern at the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida. Subsequently, she became a Law Clerk at Bolin Law Group, and gained experience by assisting with legal research and drafting memorandums in various legal fields.
Ms. Lerebours is now an Associate in Bolin Law Group’s Tampa office and a member of the firm’s Medical Malpractice and Property Insurance Defense practice groups. She is also an active member of The Wm. Reece Smith, Jr. Litigation American Inn of Court and the Hillsborough County Bar Association.