|Member of the Puerto Rico Senate
from the Carolina district
|President pro tempore of the Senate of Puerto Rico|
|Preceded by||Nicolás Nogueras|
|Succeeded by||Aníbal Marrero Pérez|
May 17, 1949|
Patillas, Puerto Rico
|Political party||New Progressive Party|
|Alma mater||University of Puerto Rico|
|Profession||Politician, Senator, Judge|
Luisa Lebrón Burgos was born May 17, 1949 in Patillas, Puerto Rico. She received her Bachelor's degree from the University of Puerto Rico. In 1974, she received her Juris doctor from the same university.
Lebrón worked as a legal aide for the Housing Department of Puerto Rico, and the Corporation of Urban and Housing Renewal. She was also president of the Attorney Delegation of Carolina. She also established her own law firm.
In 1992, Lebrón was elected to the Senate of Puerto Rico representing the District of Carolina. In 1995, she was appointed as President pro tempore of the Senate of Puerto Rico, becoming the first woman to occupy that position. Lebrón was reelected in 1996.
|President pro tempore of the Senate of Puerto Rico
Aníbal Marrero Pérez
- Elecciones Generales 1992: Senadores por el Distrito 08 - Carolina[permanent dead link] on CEEPUR
- Elecciones Generales 1996: Senadores por el Distrito 08 - Carolina[permanent dead link] on CEEPUR
- Elecciones Generales 2000: Senadores por el Distrito 08 - Carolina[permanent dead link] on CEEPUR
- Carolina judges on RamaJudicial
- Una década sin suspender sesión por falta de quorum on El Nuevo Día; Rivera Vargas, Daniel (May 17, 2011)
- Biografía Luisa Lebrón on SenadoPR