Lisandra joins Black Srebnick’s civil division, bringing her prior experience in a variety of legal matters.  She was born in Cuba and raised in Miami. Prior to law school, she earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Criminal Justice from Florida International University. She then attended the University of Notre Dame Law School, where she served as President of the Hispanic Law Students Association before earning her Juris Doctorate degree in 2012. 

In addition to her practice, Lisandra provides pro bono legal services through the Cuban American Bar Association’s Immigrant Children’s Program.  

Prior Experience

Lisandra Guerrero focused her previous practice in both Federal and State courts concerning a wide variety of legal matters. She had experience in handling matters involving commercial disputes, premises liability, products liability, environmental and toxic torts, construction accidents and defects, toxic torts, and wrongful death. Lisandra also handled admiralty and maritime matters in Federal and State courts, as well as in arbitration, having successfully defended cruise ship passenger and crewmember injury claims under General Maritime Law and the Jones Act.  

Law School Awards and Recognition

  • Excellence in Oral Advocacy Award, Spring 2010

Court Admissions

  • Florida

Community Involvement

  • Provides Pro Bono Services through the Cuban American Bar Association’s Immigrant Children’s Program

Languages

  • Spanish

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