Jonathan Korin represents homeowners and companies in commercial litigation, property damage, residential litigation, and other insurance law cases.

Jonathan Korin is the founding attorney at Korin Law P.A. Few property damage attorneys in Miami can match Korin’s high level of training and experience. He began his career working at a high-profile Miami firm. During that time, Korin gained valuable experience in complex cases involving commercial litigation, real estate rights along with covenants and labor disputes. Korin pulls from a broad range of skills and experiences to add fresh perspective and meaningful results to his cases. After working for various law firms, he opened his own practice and began to build a capable team of attorneys. Jonathan’s knowledge of the law and effective representation gives his clients the edge they need. He has successfully represented a variety of clients, ranging from the average homeowner to Fortune 500 companies.

Korin was trained in circuit board design. He began his college education in biomedical engineering. Since then, Korin has spent years working as a brand ambassador for a major telecommunications firm, worked as an editor for a think tank on energy security and trained in the Harvard Mediation Clinic. He remains a passionate student of history, philosophy and Jewish law.

Jonathan has a professional working knowledge of Hebrew.

Education
and Awards

Harvard Law School

Doctor of Law (J.D.) (2007 – 2011)
  • Activities and Societies: Harvard Negotiators Renewable Energy Project Jewish Law Students Association, Secretary Mediation and Negotiation Clinical Harvard Journal on Legislation, Harvard Negotiation Law Review

The University of Texas at Austin

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Philosophy, Middle Eastern Studies (2006 – 2009)
  • Texans for Israel
  • Activities and Societies: Jewish Law Students Association

Bar Admissions:

2011
  • Florida, 2011
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