Sam Sendrow

Born and raised in Fort Myers, Florida, Sam Sendrow graduated from Indiana University in 2018 with Bachelors of Arts in Criminal Justice and Political Science. Sam received his J.D. from the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law in 2021, focusing his study on criminal law and trial advocacy. During his time in law school, Sam interned with both the juvenile and OWI divisions of the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office, the Marion County Public Defender’s Office, and the criminal appeals division of the Office of the Indiana Attorney General.

Sam returned to Southwest Florida after being admitted to the Florida Bar, where he practiced as an Assistant State Attorney for the 20th Judicial Circuit’s Charlotte County Office. Sams work experience, coupled with his lifelong passion for criminal law, better equips him to spot the strengths and weaknesses of each case and help clients navigate the criminal justice system with zealous advocacy both in and out of the courtroom.