JOHN LEOMBRUNO, ESQ.
Phone: (904) 731-3800
Fax: (904) 731-3807
Born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Mr. Leombruno attended Penn State University, earning a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History. He continued his education at the Florida Coastal School of Law in Jacksonville, Florida. While in law school, Mr. Leombruno served as the treasurer of Phi Delta Phi legal honors society, served on both the Mock Trial and Moot Court Honor Boards, where he competed in several competitions. He finished in the top 25% of his class, earned the Legal Pro Bono award, and was elected by his peers to be the commencement speaker at graduation. Mr. Leombruno still remains active with the Florida Coastal School of Law, coaching young law students in mock trial competitions, and guest lecturing on trial practice.
Mr. Leombruno was also given the honor of being selected as a legal extern for Justice Kenneth B. Bell of the Florida Supreme Court. Following his externship, he worked as a clerk for the law firm of Pajcic & Pajcic. Mr. Leombruno later accepted a position as an Assistant Public Defender for the Fourth Judicial Circuit, Florida. For two and a half years he served the people of Jacksonville by providing legal services for indigent clients. As a Public Defender, Mr. Leombruno handled thousands of cases ranging from municipal ordinance violations to life felonies. Mr. Leombruno had 17 first chair trials while a public defender.
Since joining the Arnold Law Firm, Mr. Leombruno has represented clients in the fields of Criminal Defense, Family Law, and Civil Litigation. He is admitted to practice in the State of Florida and in the Middle District of Florida. In February of 2014, Mr. Leombruno earned from the Florida Supreme Court the distinguished certification of Family Law Mediator.
When not assisting clients, John enjoys spending time with his family, including his wife Nicole and their four sons. John and his Wife are active within their community and church, dedicating much their time to local youth sports programs and programs within the special needs community, such as Buddy Break, a respite program designed to give caregivers of children with special needs a break from their ongoing care-giving responsibilities.