Mrs. Hernandez Provides an Exceptional Level of Devotion & Loyalty to Her Clients. While Focusing on Maintaining a Strong Commitment, She Delivers Precise Efficient Service & Communication For Her Clients Facing Difficult Economic, Personal, & Professional Challenges.
Q: When did you know you would pursue a career as an Attorney?LH: I was a certified paralegal working in the area of family law for several years and I truly loved what I did for work every day. I always thought about pursuing a career as an attorney, however, I knew that law school and the bar exam are a very grueling, difficult, and time-consuming process so I remained working as a paralegal for years. However, I knew I wanted to pursue a career as an at..
She’s a Professor, Author, Speaker & Independent Consultant & Facilitator to Law Firms. Our Exclusive Interview with University of Miami Law Professor Michele DeStefano
Recently recognized as a Legal Rebel by the ABA, Michele is a Professor at the University of Miami School of law and the founder of LawWithoutWalls, a multi-disciplinary, international think-tank of over 1000 lawyers, business professionals, entrepreneurs, and law and business students who collaborate to create innovations at the intersection of law, business, and technology. She is also the co-founder and co-editor of the Compliance Elliance Journal, an o..
She’s a Passionate & Caring Lawyer Dedicated to Helping Families Meet Miami Attorney, Amber Kornreich
Q: After high school, where did you feel your career path would take you? AK: I was interested in pursuing government service after high school. 9/11 was a defining event of my early life. I studied Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies at Brandeis University. Studying the history and culture of the Middle East opened my mind in a way I never could have imagined. Now as a divorce lawyer, I use some of the conflict resolution techniques I learned and cultural ..
She Teaches Torts, Products Liability, Family Law, Race & Law, & Constitutional Law. Meet University of Miami School of Law Professor, Zanita E. Fenton
Q: After high school, where did you feel your career path would take you? ZF: After high school, I envisioned a variety of possibilities. I aspired to be a lawyer, but it was not my only ambition. Since my father was in the U.S. Air Force when I was a child, I imagined working internationally or foreign service. Of course, my childhood dreams of dancing on stage in a Broadway production or becoming part of a famous orchestra flutist were also still ver..