Regine Etienne is an Associate in the litigation group at EPGD. She handles a wide range of business disputes in all stages of litigation.
Regine grew up around the world as a child of a military parent; living in Iceland, Japan, and Guam. Regine returned to the States to attend the University of Florida where she graduated with honors. After obtaining her undergraduate degree in English, Regine went to Law school at Stetson University College of Law. While at Stetson Regine was a member of the Mock Trial Team, coached an intramural trial competition team, was a teaching assistant for a trial advocacy course, and won the Paul Barnard Award for Clinical Excellence for her internship at the local Public Defender’s Office where she tried and won cases. With a passion for advocacy and helping others, Regine worked at the Miami-Dade Public Defender’s office for six years where she reached the level of an “A” Felony Attorney. She also won the Best Advocate Award while participating in Defender’s College.
Regine decided to switch gears and join a civil firm, mostly handling First Party Insurance cases, tort actions, and contractual disputes prior to joining EPGD.
When she is not working she enjoys reading and spending time with her family.
- University of Florida, Bachelor of Arts in English 2012
- Stetson University College of Law, Juris Doctor 2015
- State of Florida
- United State District Court, Southern District
- Mac Legal P.A., Trial Attorney
- Miami-Dade Public Defenders Office, Assistant Public Defender