I was born and raised in Miami, Florida and I am also fluent inSpanish. Iobtained a... more
I was born and raised in Miami, Florida and I am also fluent inSpanish. Iobtained a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance from the University of Miami in 1989, and a Juris Doctorate from Nova Southeastern University in 1992. I passed the Florida Bar and was admitted to practice in 1992. I began my legal career doing construction litigation,commercial litigation, and insurance defense. ... view profile
A proud graduate of the public school system (Southwest High School, Miami-Dade... more
A proud graduate of the public school system (Southwest High School, Miami-Dade Community College, Florida International University, and Florida International University College of Law). I was admitted to the Florida Bar in October 2007. Prior to practicing law, I was a congressional aide for a local Congresswoman in the Miami District Office. I had the pleasure of serving her constituen... view profile
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