I was born and raised in Miami, Florida. I obtained my bachelors from Florida International University. During my undergraduate studies, I worked for Rubenstein Law as a client service assistant, helping to facilitate an exceptional client experience. It was during this time period that I learned a vast amount of knowledge regarding personal injury and how committed the firm was to helping our clients. Upon graduating from FIU, I briefly left the firm to attend law school at Saint Thomas University School of Law. While attending STU, I interned for the Honorable Judge Spencer Eig and interned for the State Attorney’s Office. In addition, I was a Certified Legal Intern for the Attorney General's Office. It was at the Attorney General’s office where I wrote several briefs on behalf of the State of Florida. I had the privilege of arguing one of my briefs before the Third District Court of Appeals and succeeded in obtaining a favorable ruling. I returned to Rubenstein Law as a Law Clerk for our Litigation Department while in law school. It was here I learned the importance of the preliminary steps handled by our pre-litigation department. I assisted in the preparation of numerous trials and learned many valuable skills from our senior litigating attorneys.
Upon graduating law school cum laude, I returned to Rubenstein Law as an attorney because I have personally seen throughout the years how committed Mr. Rubenstein was to helping those injured by the negligence of others. I am proud to be a part of this team.
Outside of the office, I enjoy spending time with my friends and family.
Personal injury cases, including:
Education and Accolades
Saint Thomas University School of Law, Juris Doctor, Cum Laude
- Saint Thomas Trial Team
- Saint Thomas Student Ambassador
- First Place in the Phi Alpha Delta 2015 Trial Team Competition
Florida International University, Bachelor in Environmental Studies, Minor in French
- Research Student for the FIU Earth and Environment Department
- Member of Le Cercle Français