Claudia Cuador practices in the areas of aviation litigation and casualty defense in state and federal courts.
Graduating, magna cum laude, from Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad College of Law in 2018, Claudia received five Book Awards for excellence in academics in Legal Research and Writing I and II, International Law, International Protection of Human Rights, and European Union Law. She was also a senior member of the Nova Law Review, where her piece on facial recognition technology and invasion of privacy was chosen for publication in the Journal’s 41st volume. Ms. Cuador was also an active member in the school’s Moot Court Society, achieving second place in the College’s annual Moot Court Feinrider Competition and competing in The L. Edward Bryant, Jr. National Health Law Transactional Competition in Chicago, Illinois.
During her time at the College of Law, Claudia clerked in a renowned South Florida-based medical malpractice firm. She also interned at the Staff Attorney’s Office for the Seventeenth Judicial Circuit where she drafted proposed orders for respective judges in civil and criminal matters and was a Public Service Summer Fellowship recipient.
Claudia received a full-ride scholarship to attend the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she graduated with Distinction in 2013 with a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Art History, and a minor in Hispanic Studies. During her undergraduate career, Claudia served as a Spanish teaching assistant, published two short stories in the University’s bilingual literary magazine, and studied abroad at the University of Seville.
Born and raised in Pinar del Rio, Cuba, Ms. Cuador is fluent in Spanish.