Byrnes Guillaume, Esq.
First Vice President
Byrnes Guillaume is a private law firm owner who provides legal solutions for individuals in need of legal services in Personal Injury, Criminal Law, Commercial Litigation, Foreclosure, Deportation, Family Law, and ad hoc law areas determined case by case.
Prior to becoming an attorney, he worked for United Technologies P&W Commercial Engines Legal/Contracts team . After leaving United Technologies P&W Commercial Engines, Byrnes relocated to South Florida, where he earned his experience as a prosecutor for the State Attorney office in the Seventeenth Judicial Circuit of Florida. Prior to joining the State Attorney’s office, he also worked as senior financial analyst for Sikorsky, Travelers Insurance and ADT.
Byrnes holds a BS degree in marketing from Florida State University, an MBA from Howard University and a Juris Doctorate from Western New England College School of Law. He is also a graduate of the Florida Bar Leadership Academy. He has held several leadership and membership roles in the legal community which include being the past president of both the Haitian Lawyers Association and the F. Malcolm Cunningham Bar Association (FMCBA). Byrnes is also a member of the Palm Beach Bar Association and the Virgil Hawkins Florida Chapter Bar Association of the National Bar Association.
In addition to being dedicated to his profession, Byrnes has dedicated his time by volunteering and giving back to his community. He recently volunteered in the 2016 Presidential election as a legal analyst at local poll stations in Palm Beach County to assist citizens with questions or concerns while voting at their respect poll locations. He has also sat on the Zone and Planning board for the city where he currently resides. Byrnes also awards an annual scholarship to a deserving law school student each year from his Alma Mater, Western New England College School of Law.
Byrnes is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated. He is also a past president of the Parents and Teachers Organization at his son’s elementary school.