As an aggressive trial attorney, Symone Redwine, Esq. has recovered millions of dollars on behalf of her wrongful death and injury clients. Relying upon her finance and business background, she has also closed real estate, entertainment, and business deals valued in excess of a million dollars. Clients credit her prompt, efficient, and detail-oriented legal counsel for her successful results.
Symone Redwine has a history of commitment to improving life within Dallas County. After receiving a stellar educational foundation from Bishop Dunne Catholic School in Dallas’ Oak Cliff neighborhood, she received a full scholarship to the University of Pittsburgh at age 16, where she also served as the freshman class co-chair. She majored in Finance, studied in London, and completed Inroads Internships with Fortune 500 companies before graduating magna cum laude. Prior to beginning law school, she worked with youth in the non-profit program Junior Players, teaching acting, dance and mentoring inner city youth.
After accepting a scholarship to Cornell Law School, Symone honed her research skills as a Business Law teaching assistant and law clerk in the Cornell Death Penalty project, successfully representing inmates on death row through the Capital Punishment Clinic, including an inmate whose Dallas County conviction was overturned by the United States Supreme Court. Her summers were spent with several top law firms in various cities where she developed her contract, real estate drafting and trial skills.
Upon graduation from Cornell Law School, Symone passed the New York and New Jersey bar, electing to practice trademark, copyright, contract and trial law for several years in New York City and New Jersey. She met her ongoing need to address injustice by providing pro bono criminal law legal services, including representing defendants through former Newark Mayor (now Senator) Cory Booker’s ex-offender re-entry program.
Since her return to Dallas, Symone has opened The Redwine Law Firm. Symone Redwine is a proud graduate of Bishop Dunne Catholic School and the Leadership Southwest Class of 2015. She enjoys mentoring and traveling in her spare time.
University of Pittsburgh, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, magna cum laude
Cornell Law School, Juris Doctorate
Leadership Southwest Class of 2015
University of Pittsburgh Robert Lavelle Full Scholarship Recipient
Cornell Law School Moot Court Board
Cornell Law School Cuccia Cup Moot Court Competition Semi-Finalist
Cornell Law School Miriam K. Dye Scholar
Admitted to Practice:
Texas, New York, New Jersey