“Working at Carmona Law has been an incredible experience. Not only have I been able to learn valuable skills that I will use throughout the rest of my career, but also it has helped me grow personally and professionally. I could not be more thankful to the Managing partner, Omar Carmona, for giving me the opportunity to learn different topics and expand my knowledge in the field that we have chosen for our futures. As a college student, working at Carmona Law, has helped me confirm that Law school is the path I want to pursue, and any student who is unsure of this career, will discover that this is the career to follow.” – Gina Garcia, Legal Assistant
Ms. Gina García serves Carmona Law as a legal assistant. She has been part of Mr. Carmona’s team since 2013. From preparing family petitions to assisting in deportation cases, Ms. Garcia has supported the Immigration Department with success. She also provides assistance to different areas of the firm including loan modification, corporate, and international law. When it comes to client’s concerns or matters, she has a strong sense of urgency in assisting them in putting their needs first. She understands how stressful any case might be that she is dedicated to provide each client the attention they deserve in the hopes of finding a solution.
Following in her grandfather’s steps, Ms. Garcia plans to become an attorney. She is currently a full-time student at the University of Central Florida double majoring in Legal studies and Political Science with a specialization in International Relations. She has been placed on the President’s List, Dean’s List, and received a Certificate of Excellence for her academic performance.
Ms. Garcia was born in Guayaquil, Ecuador, spent her childhood in Queens, New York, and completed high school at Winter Park High School in Florida. She has always been one to help others. She has a strong ambition of helping people in need, whether it involves volunteering in her local community or volunteering at school events like the UCF Moot Court Tournament and the Mock Trial Competition.