Dazi Lenoir is a founding and managing partner of Lyons & Lenoir LLC, a boutique law firm that specializes in personal injury and wrongful death litigation, as well as family and sports law matters. She began her legal career concentrating on personal injury and wrongful death litigation with the Parks & Crump law firm of Tallahassee, where she settled her first $1 million case. She later practiced for a personal injury firm in Orlando, where she served as a pre-suit attorney and settled more than $1 million in cases for central Florida clients.
Ms. Lenoir was selected as a fellow for the 2017-2018 Class V of the Florida Bar William Reece Smith Jr. Leadership Academy. The program includes a select group of Florida attorneys who are provided with the opportunity to network, interact, collaborate and build relationships with state and national bar leaders, and develop and enhance leadership skills important to being future leaders within The Florida Bar. She was appointed to the Florida Bar Diversity & Inclusion Committee and the Women in the Profession Subcommittee. She also was appointed to the Georgia Young Lawyers Division (YLD) District Representative Council as one of two out-of-state representatives and recently completed the Georgia YLD Leadership Academy. She serves as the secretary of the Seminole Club of Greater Orlando and as a member of its board of directors.
A two-time graduate of FSU, Ms. Lenoir earned a bachelor’s degree in English literature with a concentration in business in 2002 and a master’s degree in sports administration in 2003. As a student at FSU, she was elected the 2001 Homecoming princess. In addition, she was a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha and the Student Government Association President’s Cabinet, 1999-2001. She was named Member of the Year of the Garnet & Gold Girls recruiting organization in 2000 and served as vice president 2001. She is currently a life member of the FSU Alumni Association.