Skip to main content

Greenberg Traurig Shareholder Brigid F. Cech Samole Named to South Florida Business Journal’s ‘40 Under 40’

MIAMI June 26, 2015 Brigid F. Cech Samole, a Shareholder in the Miami Appellate Practice of international law firm Greenberg Traurig, P.A., has been selected for the South Florida Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 Awards, the annual listing of South Florida’s best and brightest leaders under the age of 40. Selected for her professional success and community involvement, Cech Samole will be recognized along with other young professionals at the Friday, Aug. 7, Awards Luncheon in Fort Lauderdale.

“We are proud to congratulate Brigid for this well-deserved recognition,” said Jaret Davis, co-managing shareholder of the Miami office of Greenberg Traurig.  “Brigid stands as the personification of Greenberg Traurig’s commitment to the betterment of the Greater Miami community by both providing top-quality legal service and giving back to the community we serve.”

“I am honored to be recognized alongside some of the region’s top young professionals,” Cech Samole said. “I look forward to continuing to make a difference in my community.”

Elevated to Shareholder in 2011, Cech Samole focuses her practice on appellate law and trial support. She is experienced in representing clients in both state and federal courts, and brings a practical and client-driven approach to her work.

Cech Samole is involved in a multitude of professional and community organizations including: Member,  Board of Trustees of Chapman Partnership for the Homeless; Co-Liaison (Miami office), Greenberg Traurig’s Women’s Initiative; Co-Vice Chair, Business Law Section, Appellate Subcommittee for the American Bar Association; Member, Junior League, Chair All Aboard Literacy Program (2010), Chair Inn Transition North (2009); Member, United Way Young Leaders Program; Member, United Way Women’s Leadership Council; Member, Nextgen; Member, The Florida Bar; Member, The Illinois Bar; Committee Member, National Association of Women Judges Conference (2012); Volunteer, Girls Advocacy Project (2008-2010).