About Harry D. Rutherford

Graduating at the top of his University of Florida College of Law class, Harry Rutherford had had his pick of job opportunities to pursue, including a chance to clerk for several judges. However, having already clerked at Delgado & Romanik for the last two summers, Harry had no plans to go elsewhere; he knows Delgado & Romanik is the place for him, and has felt a sense of belonging ever since his first summer assignment.

Harry continuously demonstrates the legal research and writing talents that earned him a place on the prestigious University of Florida Law Review—where he served as senior editor—as well as the elite advocacy skills he honed as a leader of the University of Florida Moot Court Competition Team.

Criminal Defense for Complex & High-Stakes Cases

Harry’s work has already been presented to trial judges in complex and high stakes criminal prosecutions. Before even graduating, Harry had worked on two murders and a multitude of complex felonies, including cybercrime, white collar crime, and sexually motivated offenses. Harry has also helped successfully defend a wide variety of criminal offenses that impact everyday citizens, such as driving under the influence, domestic abuse allegations, injunctions for protection, shoplifting, and drug possession charges.

Admission Details

  • 2019, Florida

Law School Attended

  • University of Florida, Fredric G. Levin College of Law, Class of 2019, J.D.

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