Braulio Rodriguez was admitted to the Florida Bar in 2016. He earned his B.A. in Political Science from the University of Arizona in 2007 and his J.D. from Barry University School of Law in 2016. During law school, Braulio was the Managing Editor of the Environmental & Earth Law Journal, the Secretary of the Hispanic American Law Student Association, and earned book awards in Civil Rights Law and Advanced Legal Research.
Braulio has extensive experience in the courtroom. Prior to joining Mandell Law, P.A., Braulio worked as a trial attorney for the Office of the Public Defender in Florida’s 10th Judicial Circuit and a civil litigation attorney focusing on personal injury liability disputes. Braulio has developed a reputation for being a zealous advocate who brings color to what others deem black-and-white situations.
Braulio has roots in the Central Florida community. He graduated from West Orange High School and rowed for the Orlando Area Rowing Society (O.A.R.S). After college, Braulio returned to Orlando where he worked in restaurants and a personal injury law firm prior to attending law school. Braulio speaks Spanish fluently and is a member of the Hispanic Bar Association of Central Florida.