Ana C. Causo


“I chose law as my profession because this field enables me to effectuate change and presents new and unique challenges and experiences. No two cases are exactly the same, and every day is a new opportunity to use my skills and knowledge to help my clients navigate the litigation process.”

Ms. Causo concentrates her practice in the disciplines of insurance defense litigation, commercial litigation, and business litigation.  She represents the firm’s clients on all facets of litigation, from initial pre-trial strategy through discovery, motion practice, settlement negotiations, and trial.

“My involvement in Spanish courses and programs while attending law school exposed me to the nature of various legal systems throughout the world and nurtured the development and refinement of my Spanish legal writing and speaking skills.”

Ms. Causo’s greatest professional accomplishment is the feeling of satisfaction each time she extensively prepares for court and utilizes her savvy abilities to argue motions that successfully help her clients achieve positive results.

University of Miami School of Law, J.D., 2016
• Dean’s Merit Scholarship
• University of Miami International Moot Court Board: Moot Madrid 2016
• Hispanic Law Student Association: Cuban American Bar Association Representative
• Student Bar Association Senator
• Society of Bar and Gavel
• Miami Law Women

Florida International University, B.A., 2012
• FIU Honors College
• Bright Futures Scholarship
• FIU Presidential Scholarship

• The Florida Bar, 2016

• University of Miami School of Law Books and Buddies Participant
• Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office Intern 2014
• Big Brothers Big Sisters 2012-2013

• Spanish (fluent)

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