Olivia C. Rodriguez ’10
Olivia C. Rodriguez is Corporate Governance Counsel for BUPA Latin America. Prior to joining BUPA, Rodriguez was an associate with the firm of Jones & Adams, Olivia Rodriguez practices in the areas of Professional and Products Liability Defense Complex Business Litigation, Transnational and Multi-District Civil Litigation, Officers’ and Directors’ Liability, Securities and Shareholders’ Rights Litigation, Institutional Insurance Coverage Disputes, Arbitration, Class Action Defense, Construction Law, Corporate Governance, Corporate Law, Intellectual Property.
Ms. Rodriguez earned her Juris Doctorate from Florida International University College of Law. During her academic career, Ms. Rodriguez competed as a member of the Appellate Advocacy Moot Court Team and Trial Team and won accolades for her supberb brief writing and oral advocacy skills. She completed international law courses in Sevilla, Spain at La Universidad de Sevilla. Ms. Rodriguez was a judicial intern for the Honorable Frank Shepherd at the Third District Court of Appeal. Ms. Rodriguez also interned at the Miami Dade Public Defender’s Direct File Unit. Ms. Rodriguez earned her Bachelor of Arts and Science with a minor in Psychology from Florida International University, graduating cum laude.
Ms. Rodriguez is a member of the Cuban American Bar Association Board of Directors, Florida Bar Association, Hispanic National Bar Association, and American Bar Association.
Miriam Fresco Agrait ’11
Miriam Fresco Agrait is a litigation associate at Rubenstein Law where her practice focuses on personal injury.
In 2008, Ms. Agrait graduated from Florida International University’s Honors College with a major in Political Science, a minor in Criminal Justice and a Certificate in Latin American and Caribbean Studies. She then received her Juris Doctor from Florida International University College of Law in 2011. She was selected to compete on behalf of the College of Law’s Trial Team in the Honorable E. Earle Zehmer Mock Trial Competition and served as a research assistant for Professor Cyra Choudhury.
After graduating FIU College of Law, Ms. Agrait worked at the Miami-Dade Office of the State Attorney where she tried over 50 cases ranging from misdemeanors to aggravated felonies. While working at the Miami-Dade Office of the State Attorney, she served as the Assistant Chief of County Court responsible for the supervision and training of over 60 prosecutors in 10 courtrooms. Mrs. Agrait trained law enforcement in credit card fraud, exploitation of the elderly and DUI evidentiary issues. She was honored with the Mothers Against Drunk Driving Prosecution Award for her dedication in prosecuting DUI offenders.
Mrs. Agrait was admitted to practice in the State of Florida in 2011. She is an active member of the Cuban American Bar Association where she serves as an Articles Editor for the CABA Briefs and member of the CABA on Cuba Committee, and the Dade County Bar Association.