History of Rubin &
Rubin’s founding member was Ellis S.
Rubin became an attorney in the State of
Florida in 1951
he was appointed as an Assistant State
Attorney General by the Governor of the
State of Florida .
Rubin settled into private practice with
well known Miami civil attorney Abe
Aronovitz, however, his passion was for
criminal law and therefore, in 1954, set
up his own practice, Ellis Rubin Law
Offices, in Miami .
thrived for many years and Rubin became
known for many high profile cases in the
criminal, civil negligence and civil
rights fields. Rubin also became
involved in various causes on a pro bono
basis including fights to lift TV
blackouts of sold-out sporting events,
boycotts of oil companies for rising gas
prices, gay rights, free speech rights
for cable television and freedom of
choice issues related to education.
Rubin’s son, I. Mark Rubin, joined the
firm and by 1985, they partnered in a
new firm, Rubin & Rubin. They worked
together on many cutting edge legal
issues in Miami and throughout the U.S.
Rubin’s dream of practicing law with his
two sons became a reality when his other
son, Guy Bennett Rubin, joined the
firm. The three Rubins were well known
in Miami legal circles as the voice of
the little guy.
after six years of practice together,
Guy Rubin opened the independent Stuart, Florida
Office and in 1994, Mark
Rubin opened the independent Jacksonville ,
Florida Office .
offices thrived until Ellis Rubin passed
away at the age of 81 in 2006.
Jacksonville and Stuart Offices carry on
the legacy of Ellis Rubin through his
loving and devoted sons.