Lee J. Rohn
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 Rohn practiced personal injury law with Kidd, Whitehurst and Rohn until 1984 when she moved to the Virgin Islands to represent those who have been injured. While here she helped form the St. Croix Community Foundation and she was the first recipient for the Stalwart Award for her efforts to improve the St. Croix community. It was during this time in 1995 that she started her summer camp scholarship for children who live in St. Croix's housing projects. She and Attorney K. Glenda Cameron were instrumental in getting the American Association for Justice to recognize the Virgin Islands as a member. She has served on the Board of Governors to that body representing the Virgin Islands for the last 15 years.
She is the recipient of the Marie Lambert award for outstanding female litigator and the Wiedemann & Wysocki Award as an outstanding litigator.
She prides herself on taking on difficult and unpopular cases and has served in various positions with the VI Bar Association. She was appointed to the prestigious Public Justice Foundation on the Board of Directors and has served for 10 years.