Community Activities


We feel that as Florida injury lawyers we have an obligation to serve our community.

If you would like to discuss a speaking engagement or to participate in your community activity please email your request to [email protected].


Story: A Non-Profit humanitarian organization founded in 2010 by attorney Spencer and Dina Aronfeld for lawyers worldwide to provide relief to victims of natural disaster and help people recover from these catastrophic events in any way they can.

We host many fundraising events throughout the year. Please watch our ACTIVITIES area on this site for any upcoming announcements.

The Daily Business Review profiled Lawyers to the Rescue and Spencer Aronfeld. Read the article here .

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Carolyn de Moya, Director

3132 Ponce de Leon Boulevard
Coral Gables, Florida USA 33134


Aronfeld Trial Lawyers and the Chabad of Downtown Coral Gables will proudly co-sponsor the 15th Annual Festival of Lights menorah lighting ceremony. The event will take place on December 17, 2017 from 4:00-7:00pm at Ponce Circle Park and will feature live music, traditional holiday treats, carnival rides, and activities for the whole family.

coral gables menorah lighting - chabad of downtown coral gables


Story: Since 2005 Aronfeld Trial Lawyers has proudly hosted the City of Coral Gables Annual Hanukkah Menorah Lighting. In 2009 Festival of Lights travelled to Miami Children’s Hospital to bring the Menorah to those who could not come to the event.

The Annual Hanukkah Menorah Lighting is open to the public and is non-denominational. You do not have to live in Coral Gables to attend. We serve food, have music and lots of fun. Please join us this year in December.

2015 Menorah Lighting Ceremony

City of Coral Gables Annual Festival of Light 2012 sponsored by Aronfeld Trial Lawyers. December 13, 2012

Coral Gables Annual Festival of Light

Speaking at Career Day at Green Springs High School

Speaking at Career Day at Green Springs High School

Spencer Aronfeld with Stetson College of Law winners of the Student Mock Trial Competition March 6, 2011

Spencer Aronfeld with Stetson College of Law winners

Here is Richard Hoffman judging the final.

Here is Richard Hoffman judging the final

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Race Judicata for Breast Cancer UMiami Law 2011

Race Judicata for Breast Cancer UMiami Law 2011

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