About Dazi Lenoir
Personal Injury; Family Law; Sports Law; Automobile Accidents; Trucking Litigation; Premises Liability/Dram Shop Litigation; General Civil Litigation
Florida Coastal School of Law
Florida State University, Bachelors of Arts in English Literature with a Concentration in Business
Florida State University, Master of Science, Sports Administration
Florida Justice Association, American Bar Association, Florida Bar Association, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, Georgia Bar Association
A native of Rock Hill, South Carolina, Dazi has been a proud Floridian since moving to Florida in 1998 to attend Florida State University. Dazi earned a bachelors of arts in English Literature with an emphasis in Business in 2002 and among her various campus activities, was elected the Florida State University Homecoming Princess in 2001. Following graduation with her bachelor’s degree, Dazi remained at Florida State where she completed her masters of science degree in Sports Administration graduating in 2003.
Before attending Florida Coastal School of Law in 2010, Dazi took a detour and worked in both the sports and pharmaceutical industries. Upon completing graduate school, she obtained a position with the Indiana Pacers and Fever where she served as a Client Services Representative. While with the Pacers Dazi worked on an organization changing plan which ultimately restructured the way that service and client relations was handled within Pacers Sports & Entertainment. Subsequent to her time with the Pacers, Dazi spent nearly five years as both a primary care sales representative and a specialty sales representative where she sold medications that treated multiple disease states. She also successfully launched two different medications. It was this time as a sales representative that Dazi continued to hone her customer service skills and learned to better understand the needs of clients. It was these valuable professional experiences that assisted her as a law student and continue to assist her as a legal professional today.
Dazi successfully matriculated through law school and was actively involved. Dazi was selected as a member of the Florida Coastal Moot Court Honor Board where she competed delivering oral arguments at law school competitions around the southeast United States. She was a semi-finalist in the 2010 Mercer National Legal Ethics & Professionalism Moot Court Competition; Champion of the 2011 Tulane Mardi Gras National Sports Law Moot Court Competition; Semi-Finalist in the 2011 Robert Oresck Memorial Moot Court Competition; and Quarter-Finalist in the 2012 Elon Billings, Exum & Frye National Moot Court Competition.
Dazi was awarded the Book Award for Highest Grade in Pretrial Litigation Drafting, Fall 2011 and Dean’s List honors in Fall 2011. She was also awarded Pro Bono Honors, Moot Court Honors, and was also a Governor’s Merit Scholarship Recipient. She also completed an externship with the PGA Tour in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida which focused on contractual law and an internship with the Law Offices of Paul J. Healy focusing on athlete representation. She also completed both her Sports Law Certificate and her Certificate in Legal Research and Writing.
After graduation from law school Dazi had the privilege of practicing law with the Law Offices of Parks & Crump in Tallahassee, Florida where she concentrated on personal injury and wrongful death litigation, including assistance on the Trayvon Martin case which severely impacted the Central Florida community. She worked tirelessly on cases involving semi-trucks, dram shop issues, pedestrian deaths, and products liability. Following her departure from Parks & Crump, Dazi worked for a well-known personal injury firm in Orlando, Florida where she served as a presuit attorney and settled over $1 million in cases for Central Florida clients.