Sanchez Fischer Levine, LLP

SFL Welcomes Two New Attorneys To The Firm

We are a firm of litigators.

Monica joins Sanchez Fischer Levine from the Miami-Dade State Attorneys’ Office where she handled various criminal matters and conducted many jury trials. Monica earned her Juris Doctorate from Fordham Law School in New York, where she focused her studies in the areas of Litigation & Dispute Resolution and International Law.  Monica was an active member in ACLU, Racial Justice Program for human rights work with International Refugee Assistance Project, and the Walter Leitner International Human Rights Clinic. She earned her undergraduate degree in women’s studies and pre-med from the University of California, Riverside.

Spencer comes from one of Florida’s largest law firms to join Sanchez Fischer Levine as an associate. As a law student, Spencer honed his writing skills as a clerk for a Federal Judge in the Eastern District Court of Pennsylvania. A proud “Double Gator,” Spencer earned both his undergraduate and law degree from the University of Florida. There, he became an accomplished journalist, publishing more than 70 articles and reporting for WUFT, the local PBS and NPR affiliate.

Monica and Spencer join the Firm as associate attorneys and their addition will bolster SFL’s litigation, arbitration and international law practice areas. Welcome to the team, Monica and Spencer!

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