Enjolique Aytch is a Fort Lauderdale-based partner in Akerman's Litigation Practice Group. She focuses her practice on products liability and mass tort litigation and has extensive experience defending domestic and international medical device and pharmaceutical manufacturers in multi-plaintiff actions. She also handles medical malpractice actions, for hospitals and physicians, in all stages of litigation including trial. She has represented high profile clients in matters that have captured media attention.
Enjolique is committed to building a more diverse legal profession both within and outside of Akerman. She currently serves as co-chair of Akerman's Black Women Lawyers Affinity Group, an internal network group whose objective is to provide support, development and networking opportunities. Last year, she was re-selected into The National Black Lawyers Top 40 Under 40 which is by invitation-only and limited to the top 40 black attorneys under the age of 40 from each state or region who have demonstrated excellence in their legal practice. Additionally, Enjolique was appointed Diversity Chair for the Defense Research Institute's (DRI) Product Liability Committee.
Imbued with a spirit of activism, Enjolique devotes her time and efforts to the professional organizations of which she is a member and to the community as a whole. She serves as Pro Bono Co-Chair for the South Florida Chapter of the Federal Bar Association. Together with the Southern District of Florida's Court Assisted Reentry (C.A.R.E) Program, she mentors a former prisoner returning to society. Enjolique also mentors students at the University of Miami and Florida International University. She currently serves on the Board of the Health Intervention Project (HIP).
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