Alexandra F. Cimo
Alexandra F. Cimo is an associate attorney primarily concentrating her practice in the areas of land use and zoning and general transactional services.
Ms. Cimo received her Bachelor of Arts in English from Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., in 2018. Following her graduation, Ms. Cimo interned for an immigration law firm focusing on extraordinary ability cases and business visas.
Ms. Cimo then received her Juris Doctor from University of Miami School of Law in 2021, where she graduated cum laude. During her time in law school, Ms. Cimo was an editor for the Race and Social Justice Law Review and a legal research intern for the Environmental Justice Clinic, where she represented the plaintiffs in the high-profile Old Smokey Case. In her last semester of law school, Ms. Cimo received the Dean’s Certificate of Achievement Award for Wills, Trusts, and Estates.
Her professional experience during law school included a summer legal internship at the Fortune 500 Company, Ryder System, Inc., and a judicial externship for the Honorable Judge Alan Fine of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Miami-Dade County.
Ms. Cimo was admitted to The Florida Bar in 2021.
PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
- Legal Services of Greater Miami Young Professionals Council, Chair-Elect
- Cuban American Bar Association, member
- Carrollton Alumnae Law Association, member