Meet Litigation Lawyer Enid Duany Mendoza
Of Counsel to Colson Hicks Eidson
Because of her variety of life and career experiences, litigation lawyer Enid Duany Mendoza has earned a reputation for exceptional work in trans-national civil litigation.
Enid grew up in Santiago de Cuba, Cuba and Barcelona, Spain. Upon receiving a Master’s Degree in Journalism from Marquette University, she became a reporter for The Miami Herald and other publications. After raising her family, Enid sought a career in law. While attending the University of Miami School of Law, Enid clerked for the firm of Steel Hector & Davis. She joined Steel Hector & Davis full-time as an attorney after graduating cum laude. In 1992, Enid joined Colson Hicks Eidson, where she began practicing commercial litigation and wrongful death litigation.
As commercial cases became increasingly international in nature, Enid’s multi-lingual capacity and diverse cultural background became even more valuable. Enid is a Florida lawyer with global litigation experience. She has worked extensively on complex international disputes including air crash litigation in multiple districts. Representing the families of victims of air disasters, Enid has traveled the globe seeking justice for her clients. She is also a member of legal teams with our injury lawyers, attorneys from other firms and in-house counsel, enabling the firm to handle large cases effectively.
A Multi-Lingual Litigation Lawyer Handling Cases Worldwide
As a volunteer, Enid has served on the Anne Bates Leach Eye Hospital Board of Governors and on the Board of the Ransom Everglades School. She is a recipient of the Voluntary Bar Association Pro Bono Service Award from The Florida Bar and the Diabetes Research Institute’s Women on Target Award.
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- Pro Bono Service Award, The Florida Bar Voluntary Bar Association
- Anne Bates Leach Hospital (Bascom Palmer Institute)
- Board of Governors, 1998-2002
- Summerbridge Miami Advisory Board, Trustee, 2000-2001
- Ransom Everglades School
- Board of Trustees, 1993-2000
- Executive Committee, 1994-2000
- Committee on Trustees, chairperson, 1999-2000
- Long Range Planning Committee, chairperson, 1996-1998
- Education Committee, chairperson, 1994-1996
- Voluntary Bar Association Pro Bono Award Recipient, 1996
- As counsel for Cuban detainees in Guantanamo Naval Base
- Florida Bar Foundation, Legal Assistance for the Poor IOTA Grant Committee (1996-1999)
- Women on Target Award, Diabetes Research Institute, 1996
- A Hispanic Women’s Non-Group, 1996-2002
- Hispanic Women’s Leadership Alliance, Board of Trustees, 1994-1996
- Guardian Ad Litem, 1989-2002
- Princeton University, Alumni Schools Committee, chairperson, 1991-1994
- Leadership Miami, 1985
- Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce, Education Committee, 1985-1986
- Lay Minister, St. Peter’s Church, Big Pine Key
- Cuban American Bar Association
- Miami Rowing Club, Women’s Masters
- Steel Hector & Davis, Miami, Florida