Rayni A. Rabinovitz
Rayni A. Rabinovitz is an Associate at Talenfeld Law, Florida’s first law firm dedicated to protecting the rights of abused, neglected and injured children. Rayni focuses her practice on foster care and disabled persons damages, civil rights, personal injury, and child welfare litigation.
Prior to joining Talenfeld Law, Rayni was part of a legal team at Colodny, Fass, Talenfeld, Karlinsky, Abate & Webb, P.A.’s foster care / disabled persons damages practice area headed by Howard Talenfeld.
Rayni has focused her career on child advocacy efforts. Through prior internships, she has represented foster care youth in the areas of disability, health care, mental health, education and other civil legal matters through the University of Miami Children and Youth Law Clinic.
Rayni was a recipient of The Emory Summer Child Advocacy Program Grant in the summer following her first year of law school and later interned with the Georgia Department of Human Services’ Associate General Counsel for the Office of Residential Child Care.
A graduate of the University of Miami School of Law, Rayni served as a Miami Scholars recipient as well as an ambassador for prospective Scholars. She graduated magna cum laude of her law school class, earning the Order of the Coif. Rayni graduated summa cum laude from Duke University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science.
- Personal Injury/Civil Rights
- Foster Care/Disabled Persons Damages
- Children’s Rights
- Florida Bar
- United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida.
- University of Miami, J.D., magna cum laude (2013)
- Duke University, B.A., summa cum laude (2010)
- Broward County Bar Association – Young Lawyers Section
- The Public Interest Law Section, Disability Law Committee
- “Disarming Opposing Experts and Leveraging Your Experts,” Florida Guardian ad Litem Disabilities Training Conference (May 2014). Link to video presentation: http://centervideo.forest.usf.edu/galconf2014/additional/disarming.html