Sharon M. Hanlon

Florida attorney

Sharon M. Hanlon is a Florida attorney practicing trial personal injury law. She has worked as an attorney since 1982, spending ten years with a Grand Rapids, MI personal injury firm, and moving to Naples, FL in 1992 to continue working in the same trial field. Sharon has been involved in various legal, education, community, and school committees over the years. She is the former president of The Collier County Women Lawyers; Collier Trial Lawyers Association; American Board of Trial Advocates, SW Chapter; SW Florida Federal Court Association; Thomas Biggs Inns of Court; and The Judicial Nominating Commission (Governor appointed for two terms). Sharon has been a Board member of The Florida Association of Women Lawyers (FAWL); Collier County United Way; Thomas M. Cooley Law School Board of Directors; David Lawrence Center for mental health; Neighborhood Health Clinic; Collier County Productivity Committee; Collier County Emergency Medical Advisory Committee; and was a Collier County Leadership class graduate. Sharon received the Lion of the Law award from the Collier County judiciary and lawyers, and was awarded honors from Collier Legal Aid, and The Naples Daily News. She is recognized as a Super Lawyer since 2012. Sharon is married to David Rawlings, PhD and has three adult children.

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