Florida Coastal School of Law (Juris Doctor 2016) Cum Laude
Florida States Courts
Prior to graduating from law school in 2016, Caroline served as a paralegal for multiple law firms including the Attorney General for the District of Columbia. During her time in law school, she worked at the 4th Judicial Circuit Public Defenders Office as a Certified Legal Extern as well as in private practice on personal injury cases. She was also President of the Entertainment Law Society, a member of the E. Robert Williams American Inns of Court, Phil Delta Phi Legal Honor Society, and Moot Court Honor
Board. In addition, she was a recipient of the merit-based Governor’s Scholarship.
Caroline has prior experience as a first party insurance attorney where she represented property owners of both residential and commercial properties whose properties have been damaged by an insured event. She also has extensive trial and litigation experience and has successfully negotiated settlements with great financial benefits to her clients. Upon becoming a member of the Florida Bar, Caroline served in the 11th Judicial Circuit Public Defenders Office as, where she represented clients in criminal investigation proceedings and trial. She has taken over 35 cases to both bench and jury trials with an impressive record of success.
Caroline concentrates her trial experience and skills on advocating and empowering our clients in the courtroom. She is admitted to practice law in all Florida State courts and the U.S. District Court for the Middle District.