Since 1986, Attorney Lee Rohn has practiced her craft in the beautiful United States Virgin Islands, in Christiansted on the island of St. Croix. She serves as the owner of the Law Offices of Rohn & Carpenter and specializes in the areas of personal injury, premises liability, environmental law, product liability, labor and employment, and civil rights law.
Lee Rohn enjoys a solid reputation for her excellent work and handles approximately 65 percent of civil docket cases on St. Croix. She often represents citizens against large corporations that have caused personal damage through illegal discrimination, physical injuries, toxic exposure, or similar activities. Lee Rohn has attained many judgments in her clients' favor, sometimes recovering in excess of $1 million for her clients. In 2010, a jury awarded one of her client’s $4.7 million.
In 2006, Lee Rohn won the American Association for Justice’s Marie Lambert Award, which was established in 1997 by the Women Trial Lawyers Caucus to recognize female members of the association. In addition, Lee Rohn earned the American Association for Justice’s Wiedemann & Wysocki Award, which honors attorneys for advancing the civil justice system and for their dedication to the profession of law.
At The University of Texas School of Law, Lee Rohn earned her Juris Doctor and served as the first female President of the student body. After achieving her J.D., Lee Rohn was an awardee of the Keeton Fellows Program Award, which is an honor named after the former university dean Page Keeton, who served for six decades as an educator and acted as a central figure in the university’s rise to national prominence.
Lee Rohn has also received both the Counsel Award and the Women's Business Center Endowment Award. Lee Rohn gained admittance to the State Bar of Texas in 1974. She holds licenses to practice law in the U.S. District Court, Western District of Texas; the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit; the Virgin Islands; and the Third Judicial Circuit. Lee Rohn stays current in her field as a member of the Virgin Islands Bar Association and the American Association for Justice, serving the latter organization as a member of the Leaders Forum and the Board of Governors. In addition, she founde