The firm was established in 1986 and now has five associates. The firm currently handles 60% of the Virgin Islands courts’ dockets primarily on the plaintiffs’ side.
Attorney Lee Rohn graduated from Sam Houston University in 1967. She then graduated from the University of Texas, School of Law in 1971 where she was elected the first law school student female president, was awarded an internship to work with the Navajo tribe, and was awarded the Dean Page Keeton Fellow award.
Attorney Mary Faith Carpenter attended Michigan State University where she was a Phi Beta Kappa member and obtained her B.A. in Political Philosophy, and graduated cum laude in 1981. She then went on to graduate from Rutgers University Law School in 1984.
Attorney Jennifer S. Koockogey graduated from Hamline University School
of Law in St. Paul Minnesota in 2006.
Attorney Charlotte S. Sheldon earned a B.S. in Public Relations at West Virginia University in her home state, where she was the President of her fraternity, Delta Gamma. She then graduated from Savannah Law School, cum laude in 2017. Attorney Sheldon was the Managing Editor of the Savannah Law Review and a member of the Georgia Association of Women Lawyers, among other organizations. Also in law school, Attorney Sheldon clerked for a Superior Court Judge, was an intern with General counsel at Memorial University Hospital in Savannah, GA, and was a summer associate at two different law firms.