Brooke Perez originally wanted to be a teacher. However, after learning more about her own strengths during college, she realized that she was destined to become an attorney. With her straightforward, no-nonsense approach to difficult situations paired with her ability to always communicate clearly, she focused on a practice that would allow her to help people in serious need of counsel and moral support, which would eventually bring her to Rosenberg & Rosenberg to handle workers’ compensation and injury claims.
Born in Long Island, New York, but raised in South Florida, Brooke has always held a strong sense of community. She likes to stay involved in multiple not-for-profit groups, such as her synagogue, Temple Beth El of Boca Raton. She is currently a member or leader of multiple committees for the Temple, and also finds time to teach 3rd and 7th grades at a religious school. Brooke is a longtime member of her son’s PTA and has been its Vice President. She also managed a school soccer team for a year.
When she has some free time, Brooke likes to bake and craft, as well as spent time with her family. Although, it is difficult for her to not find a way to volunteer for a local philanthropic event or group whenever she has the chance.
Link to Brooke Perez on the Florida Bar Association website
- American Heritage School, 1990
- B.A., Tulane University, 1994
- J.D., University of Florida College of Law, 1998
- Admitted to Florida Bar, 1999
- Member, Florida Bar Association