110 SE 6th Street, Ste. 1920
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301
P: 954.530.5601
F: 954.530.5291

Daphne Ganthier was born and raised in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti where she first became interested in becoming a lawyer. She volunteered at a family friend’s firm assisting with translating documents from French to English. Daphne Immigrated to the United States at the age of 14 to attend high school in New Jersey. She relocated to South Florida to attend college and proceeded to attend law school at Saint Thomas University School of Law.

Daphne’s legal career started at the Broward County Public Defender Office, where she handled a myriad of cases from inception through trial. While practicing in the public sector, Daphne amassed a great deal of knowledge of jury trials and motion practice. She later entered the world of civil litigation practice and has traveled throughout the state of Florida to litigate in almost every county, from Miami to the Panhandle, handling complex litigation issues in the courtrooms.

When Daphne is not zealously advocating for her clients in the courtroom, Daphne enjoys spending quality time with her husband, her two young sons, and her twin bonus daughters.


St. Thomas University School of Law, Miami Gardens, Florida
Juris Doctor, August 2002- May 2005
• 3.30/4.0 GPA
• Black Law Student Association, Member
• International Law Fraternity, Phi Alpha Delta, Member

Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL
Bachelor of Arts, Criminal Justice, August 1998- May 2002
• 3.25/4.0 GPA.
• Charter Member of the FAU chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated
• Student Government Senator
• Assistant Director of Student Concerns
• Black Student Union Treasure


  • Southern District of Florida


  • State of Florida