Jeanelle Gomez is a solutions-driven litigator who always sees the bigger picture. She is recognized for her ambitious nature and relentless approach to finding creative answers to complicated problems.

Jeanelle officially joined the firm in 2020 and handles complex civil and criminal disputes. She concentrates in state and federal civil forfeiture cases, pre-indictment federal investigations, drug prosecutions, commercial litigation disputes, and arbitrations.

Her practice ranges from litigating in court, to motion practice and immersing herself deep in discovery—uncovering the key facts to facilitate a victory for clients. Her passion for the field is evident in her work. She is strategic and patient, with the ability to successfully engage clients and help them better understand the complexities of their case. Jeanelle is reliable and keeps her clients informed every step of the way. No matter the problem, Jeanelle conveys confidence and responds consistently with innovative solutions to succeed at the challenge at hand.

Prior Experience

Jeanelle began her legal career serving as a judicial intern to the Honorable Adalberto Jordan in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. While in law school, she clerked for a prominent, boutique family law firm handling complex marital disputes in high profile lawsuits. Afterward, she joined Black, Srebnick as a law clerk during the summer of 2019 handling both civil and criminal disputes. Throughout these combined experiences, Jeanelle has drafted a judicial opinion, drafted a U.S. Supreme Court CERT petition, and handled numerous aspects of litigation and discovery disputes from start to finish. Simultaneously, she worked as a Dean’s Fellow at the University of Miami School of Law, teaching Contracts course materials and hypotheticals to first year and LLM international law students.

Court Admissions

  • Florida, 2020

Awards & Recognition

  • The Order of Barristers, 2020
  • Stanford Blake Trial Award, Litigation Skills, 2019
  • Best Brief, Semi-Finalist, Seigenthal-Sutherland Cup First Amendment Moot Court Competition, 2019  
  • Best Advocate Overall, Finalist & Runner-up, John T. Gaubatz Moot Court Competition, 2018


  • The Florida Bar: Young Lawyers Section
  • Society of Bar & Gavel


  • Spanish

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