Roshawn Banks is a private attorney licensed in the state of Florida since 1998 and before the US Supreme Court since 2004. She graduated from the University of Florida’s Law School. She currently runs The All Law Center, PA and is an adjunct professor at Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad Law School. Before opening her private practice, Roshawn Banks represented Broward County as an Assistant County Attorney and was an attorney with the Public Defender’s office in both Broward and Brevard counties. Attorney Banks has also served Broward as a Special Magistrate for the Value Adjustment Board, having heard and decided disputes between the Property Appraiser’s Office and property owners. Attorney Banks is a former Chair of Legal Aid Services of Broward County and was an elected member to the Board of Directors of the Broward County Bar Association. She is a past President of the T.J. Reddick Bar Association.
Roshawn Banks earned her Bachelor of Science in Social Work at Florida State University. Her social services include serving on the Board of Directors of both the American Civil Liberties Union and OIC of Broward County. As the past president of the T.J. Reddick Bar Association, Attorney Banks has spearheaded many community service projects in the county including a senior prom with the Northwest Federated Senior Center and Thanksgiving lunch with the children of the Dillard Child Care Center. Inside the Mizell library, Roshawn Banks conducted legal redress clinics for Broward County citizens. She actively participated in Rights Restoration clinics in Hollywood, Pompano Beach, and Fort Lauderdale. Attorney Banks organized a legal clinic addressing immigration issues, family law and domestic violence at the African American Research Library and Cultural Center.
Attorney Banks has published several articles, including one detailing her meeting with Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. She has been honored by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children for her outstanding commitment to the protection of children in Federal Court. She has graciously volunteered her time for the American Stroke Association, Habitat for Humanity and countless other non-profits. She has honorably served our country in the United States Navy aboard the U.S.S. McKee.