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Talhia S. Rangel

Talhia Rangel
Staff Attorney, Disability Inclusion and Advocacy Law Clinic
(954) 262 – 6138

Talhia Rangel. graduated from NSU Shepard Broad College of Law in 2019 and practiced family and marital law before joining the team here at NSU. In law school, Professor Rangel served as the Vol. 25 Bilingual Article Editor of the ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law and received First Place in the esteemed Feinrider Upperclassmen Moot Court competition. Finding a passion for oral advocacy, she competed in the Domenick L. Gabrielli National Family Law Moot Court Competition in Albany, New York, where her team became quarter finalists out of 26 law schools. In her last semester of law school, Professor Rangel was one of seven certified legal interns that were granted a provisional law license by the Florida Supreme Court to practice law prior to graduation. Through the NSU Children and Families Law Clinic, Professor Rangel was permitted to represent indigent clients in family law matters, where she also received the Honorable Charles I. Kaplan Outstanding Service Award for her dedication and commitment to children and families through the clinic.

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