Marlene M. Sato

Mrs. Sato is a trial attorney whose focus is on litigation of property insurance claims. Mrs. Sato received her Bachelors of Arts at Florida International University with a major in Finance. Upon graduation in 2009, Mrs. Sato started working for a civil litigation firm dedicated to helping individuals. Thereafter, in the Fall of 2011, Mrs. Sato started at St. Thomas University School of Law.

While in law school, Mrs. Sato earned CALI Book Award in Florida Criminal Procedure, Outstanding Public Service Award Class of 2014, and Kenneth Feldman Scholarship. Mrs. Sato also actively worked volunteering pro bono and worked as a certified legal intern at the Miami Dade Public Defenders Office, where she attained hours of courtroom experience, legal research and drafting legal motions.

During law school, Mrs. Sato had the privilege of becoming a Research Assistant for Alfredo P. Garcia, the dean at St. Thomas School of Law. Mrs. Sato has experience in civil litigation involving small claims, divorce, bankruptcies and property insurance claims. Mrs. Sato has successfully represented property owners in insurance claims for damages to their property for underpaid claims, and denied claims.   

 

Education
Florida International University, Bachelor of Arts in Finance, April 2009
St. Thomas University School of Law, Juris Doctor, May 2014

Bar Admission
State of Florida – 2014.
Southern District of Florida – 2015