Lianet Rodriguez attended Florida International University where she was a member of the Alpha Xi Delta Fraternity. While in college, Ms. Rodriguez worked in the Law Office of Odalys Nodarse-Buscemi, was an active member of her fraternity, and interned for the Honorable State Representative Eduardo Gonzalez during the 2011 Legislative Session in Tallahassee, all while maintaining a high grade point average. Upon graduation in 2011, Ms. Rodriguez began her law school career at St. Thomas University School of Law. An active member of the Moot Court Team and judicial clerk for the Honorable Judge Tinkler-Mendez, Ms. Rodriguez clerked for several law firms throughout South Florida. During competitions with the Moot Court Team, she received the Best Oralist Award in the preliminary rounds in The Jeffrey G. Miller Pace National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition and transitioned into the student coach for the St. Thomas University Moot Court Team during the Robert Orseck Memorial Moot Court Competition. Further, Ms. Rodriguez was placed on the Dean’s List during the Spring and Fall semester of 2013. Upon graduating from law school and passing the Florida Bar Examination, Ms. Rodriguez began her legal career as criminal defense attorney.
Ms. Rodriguez is currently an associate in the Worker’s Compensation department where she aggressively pursues her client’s best interests. Personally committed to helping her clients, Ms. Rodriguez offers the best legal representation that she can give.