Arlette Gomez was born in Holguin, Cuba and grew up in Miami, Florida. She attended the Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida where she graduated cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and English with a concentration in Editing, Writing and Media, and a Certificate in Emergency Management and Preparedness.
She is currently a second-year law student at Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law. During her first year in law school, she worked at the Panza Maurer Law Library where she trained directly under Research librarians to acquire research skills through both physical and electronic mediums. During her time in law school Arlette has earned two CALI Excellence for the Future Awards, one in Constitutional law and another in Intellectual Property after achieving the highest grade in the class. Arlette is also the executive coordinator for the NSU Trial Association Honor Society, and a member of NSU’s National Trial Team. She is also a member of the Moot Court Honor Society where she has sharpened her appellate advocacy skills through appellate brief writing, competitions, and workshops. Arlette has earned Dean’s List Honors on all semesters to date and served as a Teaching Assistant for both Criminal Law and Constitutional Law courses. She also serves as the Director of Finance at NSU’s Cuban American Bar Association chapter, where she helps students broaden their network to find like-minded bilingual mentors for the future.
Arlette began working for Barakat + Bossa during the Fall of 2020.
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