Whitney Lohr is a commercial litigator who focuses on high-profile, high-stakes matters and plaintiffs’ class action cases. Prior to joining Rivero Mestre, she was a judicial intern to the Honorable Jose E. Martinez of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida and was a summer associate at Broad and Cassel. A strong writer and researcher, Whitney is results oriented and is always eager to learn new areas of law.
Whitney attended the University of Miami School of Law where she participated in the University of Miami Immigration Clinic, successfully representing two clients who were granted asylum in Miami Immigration Court. She was one of six winners in the 2016 University of Miami Law Review Writing Competition and later became the Senior Writing Editor of the University of Miami Law Review.
Whitney attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and was Assistant Editor of Southern Cultures, a university-based quarterly academic journal. She spent one semester studying Spanish in Quito, Ecuador, where she returned to teach business English to executives at multinational companies before beginning law school. She was born and raised in Lexington, North Carolina.
The Litigation Room: Where it Happens Podcast, Speaker, Young Lawyers and COVID-19: Managing these changing times., September 2020
Associations & Activities
DiveBar Bar Association
University of Miami School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2018
Tulane Law School and the Aegean Institute of Law of the Sea and Maritime Law, Certificate in Maritime Law, Law of the Sea and Ocean Management
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, B.A., American Studies, 2014
United States District Court, Southern District of Florida