Robyn Vines reappointed to FL Supreme Court Family Law Forms Workshop
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
Robyn L. Vines (Blackstone '98), shareholder in the Fort Lauderdale office of GrayRobinson, P.A., has been reappointed to the Florida Supreme Court Family Law Forms Workshop. Dedicated to improving the practice of family law, Vines has previously held membership with the Florida Supreme Court Family Law Forms Workshop throughout her career.
"Robyn is devoted to the welfare of Florida’s children and families,” said GrayRobinson President, Byrd F. "Biff" Marshall, Jr. "We congratulate her on her recent reappointment and are confident that she will be an excellent GrayRobinson ambassador.”
Vines’ career has focused on the area of family matters. She has worked in this field within a variety of capacities over the years, including divorce, alimony obligation, modifying and enforcing child support, establishing timesharing schedules, and drafting and negotiation prenuptials. For the past six years, she has served the Family Law Rules Committee of The Florida Bar in a range of positions while remaining actively involved with The Florida Bar Civil Rules of Procedure Committee, the Family Law Sections' Rules and Forms and Publications Committees and the Family Law Section's Continuing Legal Education Committee.
An "AV”-rated attorney, Vines has served on the board of governors for the Young Lawyers Division of The Florida Bar and as an officer and board member of the Broward County Bar Association's Young Lawyers’ Section. She is a member of Fort Lauderdale Women's Executive Club and a graduate of the Indiana Military Academy Officer Candidate School.
She received her juris doctorate from the Nova Southeastern University and her undergraduate degree from Purdue University.