Eleni Irene Constant

Meet Personal Injury Attorney Eleni Irene Constant

Eleni Constant graduated Cum Laude from the University of Miami School of Law in 2019 where she ranked first in her class in the Litigation Skills Program and was the recipient of the honor of the Thomas Ewald Memorial Scholarship and the John F. Evans Memorial Scholarship. In 2019, Mrs. Constant was recognized by the Florida Bar as a person who demonstrated “an exceptionally high degree of integrity, ethics, professionalism, and a concern for others” and received the G. Kirk Haas Humanitarian Scholarship, In Memoriam of Ervin Gonzalez.

While in law school, Mrs. Constant served as a legal intern for the Cyber Civil Rights Initiative under Dr. Mary Anne Franks and worked as a legal intern in both the Juvenile Division of the Miami-Dade Public Defender’s Office and the Federal Public Defender’s Office for the Southern District of Florida. Mrs. Constant also served as the online editor of the University of Miami’s International and Comparative Law Review. Prior to entering law school, Mrs. Constant attended the University of Florida, where she received her Bachelor of Arts in History, and she was an elementary school educator for 10 years.

Mrs. Constant represents clients in the areas of product liability, personal injury, class action, and multi-district litigation.

Mrs. Constant is licensed to practice law in Florida and is conversational in Spanish.


Brevard County Public Schools (2006-2010)

St. Stephen’s Episcopal Day School (2010-2016)


G. Kirk Haas Humanitarian Scholarship, In Memoriam of Ervin Gonzalez, presented by the Florida Bar

Thomas Ewald Memorial Scholarship, Litigation Skills Program

John F. Evans Memorial Scholarship, Litigation Skills Program