Kendall Coffey is a founding partner of Coffey Burlington in Miami, FL and former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Florida.
Kendall Coffey graduated at the University of Florida School of Law, and has since served as a U.S. Attorney in the state of Florida, legal counsel to Al Gore and involvement with the Elian Gonzalez case.
With many outstanding achievements in his career, Kendall Coffey is now a household name in the entire United States. He is a frequent guest legal analyst on major new networks. The Daily Business Review often mentions the work of Coffey's law firm. In 2013, Kendall Coffey made frequent appearances on MSNBC to provide legal analysis on the Boston Marathon bombing investigation and the high-profile George Zimmerman trial. He also appears in a regular segment on Newsmax TV's "The Steve Malzberg Show." Mr. Coffey analyzes current affairs and law in the special segment called "Spinning The Law", the same name of Mr. Coffey's book.
Kendall Coffey is currently a partner at Coffey Burlington in Miami, concentrating on complex litigation at trial and appellate levels in both federal and state courts.
Kendall Coffey is also a well known author. "Foreclosures in Florida" and "Spinning the Law" are two famous books that were authored by Kendall Coffey. In Spinning the Law: Trying Cases in the Court of Public Opinion, Kendall Coffey gives his own views on high profile cases of United States. The book makes an excellent case for why lawyers need to navigate the the media and the world of public relations in order to affect outcomes.