Michael Alvarez


michaelMichael was born and raised in Miami-Dade. He started working at The Alvarez Law firm as a clerk after graduating from Florida State University, where he attained a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, and a minor in English and Criminal Justice. Michael observed first hand all the effort and hard work that goes into being a trial lawyer. He was moved to see how lawyers can improve the quality of life for injured plaintiffs. Michael decided to work full time as a law clerk at the firm while attending evening classes at Florida International University College of Law. His hard work in law school paid off and he was offered an associate position after graduation. While at Florida International University College of Law, Michael devoted his time advocating for immigrant children in need of representation at the Immigrant Children’s Clinic. This work focused on protecting the rights of the immigrant children that have been abandoned, abused, or neglected by their parents.

Michael is fluent in Spanish. He is an avid offshore fisherman and enjoys competitive sports, softball, flag football, and basketball tournaments. Michael will be handling personal injury, medical malpractice, product liability and pharmaceutical litigation cases.

 


Admitted:
2013, Florida

Member:
American Bar Association
Florida Justice Association


 

 

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