Shamal Florant, Esq.
Associate Attorney to the Law Offices of Patel, Soltis, and Cardenas.
Shamala Florant, Esq., is licensed as an attorney in the New Jersey and New York. She graduated from Rutgers University-New Brunswick in 2010 with a BA in Information Technology, Cum Laude. In 2015, Ms. Florant went on to obtain a Juris Doctorate (JD) from Stetson University College of Law.
While pursuing her legal studies, she was a Research Assistant to a Family Law Professor. Ms. She also served as Law Clerk to a Solo Trust and Estates Attorney where she focused on issues pertaining to Guardianships, Wills, and Trusts. She later went on to be a Federal Judicial Intern with a Bankruptcy Judge at the United States Bankruptcy Court, Middle District of Florida, Tampa Division. Her duties included researching published opinions on various issues before the court, reviewing bankruptcy filings and records, and drafting and briefing the Judge with bench memorandums and proposed opinions.
Upon graduation, Ms. Florant worked with other firms in the areas of Aviation law and Business, Intellectual Property, and Entertainment law where she analyzed and interpreted laws and regulations and wrote summaries and updates of new aviation regulations and rules issued by the Federal Aviation Administration for Newsletters issued to aviation clients to keep them up – to – date on changes in the law.
Prior to embarking on her legal career, Ms. Florant worked with AT&T Labs in Middletown, NJ as an IT Analyst and later a Specialist IT Business Manager focusing on Project Management. Currently, her practice focuses on and demonstrates her interests in areas of Bankruptcy, Real estate, Landlord-Tenant, and Adoption law.
Shamala S. Florant, Unwed Fathers in the 21st Century: A Chance for Positive Change, 19 Scholar 57 (2017).