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Devika Carr

Enthusiastic, innovative, and dedicated are words that sum up our latest successful NSU Legal Incubator candidate. In less than one month, Devika L. Carr completed the incubator training, incorporated her firm, and accepted both pro bono and fee paying clients into her practice.

Devika will primarily practice in the following legal areas: criminal defense, family law, and civil matters specific to the needs of United States veterans. Her specialty will focus on providing legal services to individuals facing immigration consequences as a result of criminal prosecution. A former Broward County Assistant Public Defender, Devika is a great fit for the NSU Legal Incubator because she recognizes the need to provide legal services for underserved members of the community including United States veterans. For more information on The Law Office of Devika L. Carr, P.A., visit

Devika obtained a Bachelor’s degree from The Ohio State University in Criminology and Sociology, a master’s degree from Nova Southeastern University in Criminal Justice and Legal Perspectives, and a Juris Doctor degree from Shepard Broad College of Law in 2014.

Chaya Posner

Chaya Posner has successfully completed the launch of her solo practice via the NSU Law Legal Incubator Program. Chaya’s practice focuses in the areas of: long term planning for children and adults with disabilities including education and benefits provisions, Wills, Trusts, and Probate.

Ms. Posner is accepting pro-bono cases in those areas via the NSU Law Clinical Programs legal hotline: 954-262-6492. Chaya has completed more than 50 hours in pro-bono work. She lectures to the community on "A Legal Toolbox for Tweens with Special Needs", which focuses on what parents need to know as their child transitions from childhood to adulthood. Chaya has a series of webinars focused on special needs planning scheduled for 2017. Please follow her on her blog at

Ms. Posner is a cum laude graduate of NSU Shepard Broad College of Law. While a student at NSU Law, she was a member of the Nova Law Review, Pulse, Health Law Society, and the Jewish Law Students Association.

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