Daphne Duplessis Saddler was born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts. She attended the University of Massachusetts for her undergraduate studies and studied abroad in Senegal, West Africa. She then moved to Gainesville, Florida to complete her law degree at the University of Florida, Fredrick G. Levin College of Law. She served as editor of the Florida Journal of International Law and clerked for judge Karen S. Jennemann of the United States Bankruptcy Court, Middle District of Florida.
After graduating from law school, she began her legal career in the courtroom, protecting the rights of the people as a criminal defense attorney. She then served as a litigation attorney for a highly regarded insurance defense firm. She defended against injuries related to slip & falls, car accidents, construction defects, and premises liability. However, she wanted to use her skills to help and protect the people. She wanted to be in the courtroom advocating for the injured, disabled, and for those that lost their loved ones. In 2017, she joined Morgan & Morgan to do just that–to advocate and fight for the people, including those who have had their civil rights trampled upon.
Ms. Saddler is also fluent in Haitian Creole.
- Car Accidents
- Civil Rights
- Nursing Home Abuse
- Premises Liability
- Slip and Fall
- Florida Bar
- Big Brothers Big Sisters
- Sigma Gamma Rho
- University of Florida, Fredrick G. Levin College of Law, Bachelor of Arts Political Science
- University of Massachusetts, Commonwealth Honors College Graduate, Juris Doctorate