Arisnelvys “Naivy” Gonzalez
Arisnelvys “Naivy” Gonzalez was born in Güines, Cuba, and migrated to Florida at an early age. She began her legal career at Keiser University, where she obtained her Associate of Arts in Paralegal Studies while simultaneously interning with the Honorable Antonio Arzola in the Miami-Dade County Criminal Division. Upon completion of the internship, she began working at a premier plaintiff’s personal injury law firm, where she was responsible for managing over 200+ pre-litigation cases. She then was hired as a judicial assistant for the Honorable Spencer Eig, in the Miami-Dade County Circuit Civil Court.
She attained a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and a minor degree in Criminal Justice from Florida International University. She holds her Juris Doctorate Degree from St. Thomas University School of Law. During her time in law school, Arisnelvys was a member of the prestigious Moot Court Team and the Executive Editor for the Intercultural Human Rights Law Review.
Upon admission to the Florida Bar, she was hired to work as an associate attorney in a civil trial law firm wherein she gained invaluable experience litigating first property insurance cases and a wide array of personal injury cases, including automobile accidents and premises liability.
Arisnelvys joined Grande Law, P.A. in June 2020 and focuses her practice on first party property, third party property, and personal injury cases. The adversity Arisnelvys faced in becoming an attorney was featured on television through Keiser University’s “American Dream” commercial.
AREAS OF PRACTICE:
- General Civil Litigation
- First and Third-Party Property and Casualty Claims
- Commercial Litigation
BAR & COURT ADMISSIONS:
- Florida Bar (2019)
- U.S. District Courts for the Southern District of Florida
- St. Thomas University School of Law, Miami Gardens, FL, 2017, Doctor of Jurisprudence
- Dean’s Lists; Intercultural Human Rights Law Review Executive Editor; Moot Court Member
- Florida International University, B.A. Degree in Political Science, and a Minor in Criminal Justice, 2013