Kendall Coffey

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About Kendall Coffey

Kendall Coffey is a founding member of Coffey Burlington, PL, concentrating on complex litigation at trial and appellate levels in federal and state courts. Mr. Coffey currently serves as the Chair of the Southern District Conference, Florida Federal Judicial Nominating Commission.

From 1993-1996 he served as the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Florida, one of the nation’s largest federal prosecution offices. Thereafter, he had major litigation roles in such high profile cases as the Elian Gonzalez international custody battle, and the 2000 presidential election recount.

Kendall Coffey in The news

Articles & Publications

Miami Doctor Jailed In $6.5 Million Fraud
The Case for Military Tribunals, The Wall Street Journal
Best and Worst of 2005, The Miami Herald
Inherent Judicial Authority and the Expert Disqualification Doctrine, Florida Law Review
The Due Process Right to Seek Asylum In The US, Yale Law and Policy Review
Former North Miami Beach mayor cleared in ethics case

News & Appearances

Video segments
2000 Presidential Election
Elian and Litigating Important Cases
U.S. Attorney
Early Career