Ed Ricci is a highly experienced consumer justice attorney recognized nationwide for his relentless pursuit of justice for his clients. He has been profiled in The Best Lawyers in America over the last sixteen years, and was named one of The Best Lawyers in the U.S. by Town & Country magazine. With a personal background in law, teaching and theology, Ed is an active supporter of Public Citizen and Georgetown University where he serves on the university Board of Regents and the law school's Board of Visitors. Locally, he has been a long-time member of the Palm Beach Opera. Since 1980, he has served as volunteer counsel and member of the Board of Directors of Hope Rural School, the only non-profit elementary school in Florida for the children of farm and migrant workers. Ed is also the current President, and a member of the Board of Directors and serves on the Fundraising Committee for El Sol, a non-profit organization established to provide an organized and supervised alternative to the daily gathering of day laborers that previously solicited work on Jupiter's streets. Ed is also involved in Palm Beach Dramaworks where he is the Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors and Chair of a multi-million-dollar capital campaign.