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Leslie A. Goller


Leslie has dedicated her career to champi­oning consumers – whether they were harmed by big corpo­ra­tions, dangerous products, medical mistakes or an unsafe environment — no issue is too big for her to tackle. She success­fully prevented an incin­erator from being built at University Hospital (now UF-Jacksonville), which would have polluted the air with toxic chemicals and obtained signif­icant restric­tions of other Jacksonville hospital incin­er­ators resulting in cleaner air.

An attorney at Terrell Hogan for 19 years, Leslie is a graduate of Duke University and received her J.D. from Washington & Lee University. While in law school, she did an internship at the Federal Trade Commission’s Office of General Counsel, which sparked her passion for helping consumers. Hard work, attention to detail, and making a difference drive Leslie’s approach to the law and have led to her success.

She has been recog­nized with numerous awards including the 2013 Jacksonville Women Lawyers Woman Lawyer of the Year Award, the Environ­mental Woman of Action for the State of Florida award, the Mimi & Lee Adams Environ­mental Award — Individual category and the 2002 Juvenile Diabetes Foundation’s Volunteer of the Year Award. Leslie also educates local high school students and businesses about the dangers of distracted driving.

In her free time, she enjoys scuba diving, exploring Florida’s wonders, volun­teering and spoiling her Wirehaired Fox Terrier, Maggie Mae.


Duke University (B.A. cum laude, 1979)
Washington & Lee University (J.D., 1983)

Member of:

The Florida Bar, admitted 1984
United States Supreme Court
Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals
United States District Courts – Middle and Northern Districts of Florida
The Florida Bar Civil Rules Committee (2016-present)
The Florida Bar Judicial Indepen­dence Committee (2008–2012)
The Florida Bar 4th Circuit Fee Arbitration Committee (2000–2004)
Florida Justice Associ­ation
Jacksonville Bar Associ­ation
Jacksonville Bar Associ­ation Profes­sion­alism and Judicial Relations Committees (2011–2015);
Human Rights Committee (2014-present);
Pro Bono Committee (2016-present)
Jacksonville Justice Associ­ation (Board: 2011-present)
D. W. Perkins Bar Associ­ation (2006-present)
Jacksonville Women Lawyers Associ­ation
Florida Legal Services Board (2010–2016)
Jacksonville Area Legal Aid, Inc. Board (2000–2009, Chair 2006)
Jacksonville Area Legal Aid Foundation Board (2009–2016)
Jacksonville Environ­mental Protection Board (1992 – 1999)
Mimi and Lee Adams Environ­mental Advisory Board (1993 – 1998)
Sierra Club Florida Legal Committee (2012-present)
State Legal Committee for Sierra Club Florida (2012-present)
St. Johns River­Keeper Legal Committee (2010-present)
Fourth Judicial Circuit Pro Bono Committee (2010-present)
Florida Democ­ratic Lawyers Council, Duval Lead Counsel
Duval Election Advisory Panel (2009–2016), Chair (2011–2012)
Democ­ratic Women´s Infor­mation Network – Founding Member
Florida’s Children First Board (2010–2011)
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, North Florida Chapter Board (1999–2004)


Consumer Protection: Protect Yourself From Charity Scams

How to Recover Lost Wages after Hurricane Irma

BUYER BEWARE! Flood Damaged Cars

Filing Insurance Claims for Hurricane Irma Damage

Leslie Goller Speaks to WBO About Distracted Driving

Protecting Girls’ Rights

New Car Purchase Turns into a Nightmare for Orange Park Family

Practice Areas

ConsumerAccidents, Class Actions, Unsafe Products, Environ­mental, and Election