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Welcome Cynthia Sonnemann

We are pleased to welcome, and introduce to you, Cynthia Sonnemann. Born and raised in a suburb of Chicago, Cynthia attended Elmhurst University (formerly, Elmhurst College). She excelled as a triple major in Urban Studies, Political Science, and French graduating summa cum laude. Cynthia’s multiple majors cultivated her interest in the legal process of development and planning of communities and the promulgation of laws, local and federal.

Cynthia pursued her legal education and obtained her Juris Doctor from the University of Illinois Chicago School of Law (formerly, The John Marshall Law School). During law school Cynthia was a judicial extern for United States Magistrate Judge, Morton Denlow and interned for Hunt, Kaiser, Bush, and Aranda. She graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2002. Cynthia moved to Florida and joined the Florida Bar in 2002.

Cynthia became a law clerk for the United States Magistrate Judge, Thomas G. Wilson after coming to Florida in 2002. Cynthia continued to work in the Federal Courts through 2008 and resumed her role with the Honorable Judge Wilson in 2015. As a clerk for the Honorable Judge Wilson, she was involved in all stages of legal work, including civil cases, criminal proceedings, and actions with governmental agencies.

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