Grettel Zubiaur began her legal career as an Assistant State Attorney in Miami Dade County, Florida. Ms. Zubiaur was an Assistant State Attorney for over four years, during which time she gained substantial trial and litigation experience. Before joining our firm, Ms. Zubiaur was an Associate Attorney at Cole, Scott & Kissane, PA, in Miami Florida, where her areas of practice included Vehicle Negligence, Premises Liability, and Construction Law.
Ms. Zubiaur received her Juris Doctorate Degree from Florida International University in 2016, graduating cum laude. While in law school, Ms. Zubiaur was an Articles Editor for Law Review. She was also an active member of Moot Court and Trial Team. Ms. Zubiaur was also a Dean’s List Scholar, and a recipient of several CALI Excellence of the Future Awards. Ms. Zubiaur was also the recipient of the prestigious Judge Aaron B. Cohen’s Judicial Externship Scholarship. During her second year of law school, she had the privilege of serving as a Judicial Intern in the U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon.
Ms. Zubiaur earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies from Florida International University. She graduated summa cum laude in 2013. While in college, she was part of the Honors Program and received numerous scholarships and recognitions for her academic excellence.
Ms. Zubiaur was born in Habana, Cuba. She emigrated from Cuba to the United States with her parents and sister at the age of eight. Upon moving to the United States, she resided in Miami, Florida, with her family. Ms. Zubiaur is fluent in Spanish. Upon joining our firm, Ms. Zubiaur relocated to St. Petersburg, Florida, the place she now calls home.
In her spare time, Ms. Zubiaur enjoys traveling, art, hiking, camping, yoga, and spending time with family and friends. Ms. Zubiaur is an avid reader and because of her passion for knowledge is always learning about new topics such as psychology, sociology, mindfulness, art history, and humanities.
Areas of Practice:
BA, Florida International University
Territory of Practice:
State of Florida