Esther Uria LaBovick, Esq., was admitted to the Florida State Bar and Federal Bars in 1990. She graduated from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, in 1987 with a Bachelor of Arts and from The University of Miami School of Law in 1990 with a Juris Doctor. Her first job was as an Assistant State Attorney for the State Attorney’s Office in Dade County, under former United States Attorney General, Janet Reno.

After 3 years as a criminal prosecutor, she joined the corporate legal team of NCCI (the National Council on Compensation Insurance) where she administered the prosecution of national insurance fraud cases. For the past 30 years, Mrs. LaBovick has been a partner, along with her husband Brian, in the LaBovick Law Group, a mid-sized firm of civil justice prosecutors who handle plaintiff personal injury, workers compensation, social security benefits disputes, and PIP insurance disputes. Mrs. LaBovick has a strong passion for giving back to the Community. She is Past President of The Junior
League of the Palm Beaches and has served on several Boards, including The Literacy Coalition of Palm Beach County, F.A.W.L. (Florida Association for Women Lawyers), and the South Florida Science Museum. She currently sits on the Board of Directors for STOP! Children’s Cancer, and is the Chair of the
Board of Directors for Palm Beach County PACE Center for Girls.

Her recent contributions to Palm Beach are as co-founder, with her husband, of the “Safety4Life” Foundation, whose mission is to provide education to children regarding human trafficking, interactions with law enforcement, cyber safety, and traffic safety. This year, she also founded “Hispanos Unidos,” which is a non-profit designed to bridge the gap between the Hispanic community and the Legal community. She is a published writer, having translated her husband’s book (Not a Good Neighbor), into Spanish (Un Buen Vecino?) and has been recognized as a Finalist for Woman of the Year by the Women in Business Council of the Northern Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce in 2011 and 2020. Mrs. LaBovick was also named a “Best & Brightest of Palm Beach County” by the Lupus Foundation of America for her efforts in positively impacting our community.