Anabel Miguelez was born in Miami, Florida. She graduated from the University of Miami in 2014, earning a Bachelor of Science in biology with a minor in chemistry. Subsequently, Mrs. Miguelez graduated from Florida International University College of Law in 2017.
While at the University of Miami, Mrs. Miguelez was a Dean’s Ambassador and received funding from the Howard Hughes Medical Center to conduct research in a variety of areas, including stroke therapy and breast and liver cancer. Mrs. Miguelez has traveled across the country presenting her research in a variety of forums and has been published on her research in conjunction with the University of Miami Sylvester Cancer Center. Later, Mrs. Miguelez clerked for the Honorable Maria M. Korvick in the 11th Judicial Circuit Court, in and for Miami-Dade County. While clerking with the Judge Korvick, Mrs. Miguelez assisted in preparing Orders, correspondence, and files for the court.
Subsequently, at the Florida International University College of Law, Mrs. Miguelez was on the Dean’s List, was a Dean’s Ambassador, competed with the FIU Law Trial Team, and was an Articles Editor for Law Review. During law school, Mrs. Miguelez worked for a prominent insurance defense firm in Miami, FL and assisted in drafting petitions, motions and discovery.
Currently, Mrs. Miguelez devotes part of her personal time as a volunteer for the Florida Guardian ad Litem program in order to provide a voice on behalf of children that have experienced abuse, abandonment and neglect. Mrs. Miguelez is a member of the Florida Bar, the Florida Bar Young Lawyers Section and the Cuban-American Bar Association.
Since joining Silva & Silva in 2017, Mrs. Miguelez has concentrated her practice on advocating for families who have suffered terrible tragedies. She focuses on cases involving construction defects, wrongful death claims, and medical malpractice. In her spare time, Anabel enjoys playing volleyball and spending time with her family.