“The most interesting thing about being an attorney is that two days are never the same because each case is original and the law is constantly evolving, allowing me to grow both professionally and personally.”

Ms. Iscowitz focuses her practice in business litigation, commercial litigation, and insurance defense litigation.  She represents the firm’s clients on all aspects of litigation, including discovery, pre-trial strategy, settlement negotiations, and trial.

“My first experience with the law was as an intern for a court-appointed attorney for children in the Nassau County Family Court and Superior Court in New York.  Having the ability to work with children in my first legal position helped mold me into an attorney that is able to understand and appreciate the significant impact I can have on my client’s lives.”

As a judicial intern, I assisted family law judges in approving adoptions. The smile on the peoples’ faces when they finally put what felt like the missing pieces of their family together is an experience I will never forget.

University of Miami School of Law, J.D., 2016, Cum Laude
Dean’s List
CALI Excellence for the Future Award for Florida Family Law: Complex Financial Issues
CALI Excellence for the Future Award for the Children & Youth Law Clinic
University of Miami Children & Youth Law Clinic, 2015 through 2016
University of Miami Children & Youth Law Clinic, Legal Fellow
Legal Career Paths Course
Miami Law Women, 1L Liason

University of Miami, B.A., 2013, Cum Laude
Dean’s List; Provost Honor Roll
Business School Mentor Program
Academic Resource Center Note Taker

The Florida Bar, 2016

Wendy Walk Participant
KidSide Cookoff Volunteer
University of Miami School of Law Books and Buddies Participant

Spanish (Proficient)

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