1 OMAR CARMONA-SÁNCHEZ Address: Manderley Way Orlando, Florida Mobil: address: EDUCATION: Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico School of Law, Ponce, PR Juris Doctor, May Cum Laden. PUCPR Law Review, Journal of Puerto Rican Law. University of Tulsa College of Law, Tulsa, OK Abroad International Law Program in London, England, Fall The College of William and Mary School of Law, Williamsburg, VA Abroad International and Comparative Law Program in Madrid, Spain, Summer University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL Master of Arts in Spanish from the College of Arts and Sciences, May Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies from the College of Health and Public Affairs, May Bachelor of Arts in Spanish from the College of Arts and Sciences, May Translation and Interpretation Certificate Spanish/English, English/Spanish, May LANGUAGES: Spanish (native) English (near native) Italian (academic) LEGAL EXPERIENCE: Legal Consultant and Associated Attorney (2009-present) Alice B. Miller, P.A., Orlando, FL Provided legal analysis on Civil, Family, Probate, Immigration and Bankruptcy Issues. Represented clients in Immigrations legal matters. Drafted legal documents for new and pending cases. Legal Consultant ( ) U.S. Bankruptcy Trustee Scott Fransen, Attorney, Chartered, Orlando, FL Performed legal analysis of various civil litigation and Bankruptcy issues. Drafted Motions and Petitions for current civil litigation cases as well as partaking in the discovery process.
2 Omar Carmona-Sánchez, Esq., MA. 2 INTERNSHIPS: Spring Associate Student Attorney (Spring 2008) Pontifical Catholic University of P.R Legal Clinic, Ponce, Puerto Rico Worked as a student attorney conducting Criminal Law litigation under the supervision of Attorney Eduardo Llórens. Conducted in-depth legal analysis of various criminal law issues and handled preliminary litigation process. Judicial Clerk to Judge Daniel Domínguez (Fall 2007) Federal Court for the District of Puerto Rico, Hato Rey, Puerto Rico. Conducting extensive legal research in a diversity of legal matters. Solving Motions and drafting Orders on pending cases. Legal Assistant (Mid July to August 2007) U.S. Bankruptcy Trustee Scott Fransen, Attorney, Chartered, Orlando, FL Assisting the Trustee during his Bankruptcy 341 meetings. Conducting legal research in the areas of Bankruptcy Law and Immigration Law. Legal Assistant (Mid May to July 2007) Law Offices of Bigas & Bigas, PA. [Assigned to Attorney Legia Rivera]Ponce, Puerto Rico. Assisting attorney Legia Rivera with the investigation of her pending cases. Conducting legal research in the area of Professional Ethics and the latest jurisprudence of Bankruptcy Law. Legal Assistant (Fall 2006) British Telecommunications (BA), London, England Assisting in the investigation of the applicable law in the area of Administrative Law and in the field of Disable Rights in the United Kingdom. Drafting [in office] legal documents and partaking in the organization of applicable law. Assistant to Senator Ángel Rodríguez Otero (Fall 2004) Senate of Puerto Rico, San Juan, Puerto Rico Reviewing the required legal documents of monetary donations given by the Senator. Interviewing citizens and, together with the Senator, search for solutions to their problems. Assistant to House Representative Héctor Ferrer (Summer 2002) House of Representatives of Puerto Rico, San Juan, Puerto Rico Reviewing and cataloging the Resolutions submitted by the Representative in the House. Conducting administrative duties and interviewing citizens that came to the office.
3 Omar Carmona-Sánchez, Esq., MA. 3 Legal Assistant ( ) Egan, Lev & Siwica, P.A., Orlando, Florida Investigating current and future cases in the area of Labor Compensation and Civil Rights. Drafting documents and participating in the preparation of cases. Interviewing clients and witnesses, as well as assisting as a translator in Spanish/English; English/Spanish. RELATED EXPERIENCE: Spanish Language College Professor (2009- present) University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida Instructor of Elementary Spanish; level I and II. Assisting non-native Spanish students with their foreign language degree. Language Consultant (2009- present) Cartus, Orlando, Florida Providing intensive Spanish Language tutoring sessions to high profile individuals. Graduate Teacher Assistant ( ) University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida Teacher of Elementary Spanish; level I and II. Assisting first and second year non-native Spanish students. Assistant to the Director of the Foreign Languages Media Center ( ) University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida Assisting Dr. Humberto López Cruz with editing his texts and in producing the academic journal South Eastern Latin Americanist (SELA). Providing technical assistance to teachers and students at the Foreign Language Media Center. CONFERENCE SPEAKER: What it takes to be an attorney: sacrifices and requirements. Young Men of Distinction, Young Men of Excellence and Young Men of Action Clubs. Held by the Student Assistance and Family Empowerment Program, Orange County Public Schools, Orlando, Florida, at Lancaster Elementary School, April 15, RADIO INTERVIEWS: Bankruptcy Principles and requirements. Interview with William Díaz. La Grande 10:30 (WONQ/ WRMQ). July 31, 2009, 8:30 am.
4 Omar Carmona-Sánchez, Esq., MA. 4 Bankruptcy Principles and requirements. Interview with William Díaz. La Grande 10:30 (WONQ/ WRMQ). July 8, 2009, 8:45 am. ESSAYS PRESENTED: Luis Palés Matos and His Black Poetry: Symbol of the Puerto Rican Identity. Fifth Annual Spanish Graduate Colloquium at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Florida. April Two novels of a Hispanic Teenager; Two Confrontations, One reality at the Conversatorio del Centenario at the University Santa María la Antigua of the Republic of Panama. October The encounter with oneself in Kike, of Hilda Perera and in Dancing in Silence, of Judith Ortiz Cofer at With Cuba in the Distance, Second International Congress on Cuban Studies at Cadiz, Spain. May Luis Muñoz Rivera, Luis Muñoz Marín and Their Literary Work at the Second Annual Spanish Graduate Colloquium at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Florida. April POEMS RECITED: Desmayo Despierto at the Horizontes 50 Year Anniversary Colloquium at the Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico. November Soledad at the Fifth Annual Spanish Graduate Colloquium at the University of Central Florida, Orlando. April Sin ti at the Conversatorio del Centenario at the Caracol Radio Station in the city of Panama, Panama. October Sin ti at the Conversatorio of the Exedra Bookstore in the city of Panama, Panama. October Confesión at the Second Annual Spanish Graduate Colloquium at the University of Central Florida, Orlando. April SHORT STORIES PRESENTED: Un día de febrero (A Day in February), at the Noche de encuentro con las artes. Ponce Museum, Ponce, Puerto Rico. March PUBLICATIONS: Zoraida Velasco: Líder visionaria de nuestra comunidad. La Prensa: of Nov. of Enhancing Opportunities, Challenging Assumptions: Hispanic Individuals and Organizations on the Rise. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Orlando. (2009) [http://www.hispanic chamber.net/new/press.php?command=display&id=263] Desmayo Despierto. Horizontes 98 (2008): 25. [Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico.]
5 Omar Carmona-Sánchez, Esq., MA. 5 Rights of Treasure Hunters under Puerto Rico Law: Application of Article 285 of the Civil Code through the Jones Act, the Puerto Rican Underwater Archaeological Protection Act and the Abandoned Shipwreck Act of Rev. Derecho Puertorriqueño 171, 347 (2008). La conciencia política y social de Luis Palés Matos: otra lectura de su poesía. Dissertation [thesis], University of Central Florida: Orlando, Book review of Musas del Centenario, by Ricardo Arturo Ríos Torres. Horizontes 90 (2004): [Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico.] Book review of Musas del Centenario, by Ricardo Arturo Ríos Torres. Huellas 14. (2003): 2. [Panamá: Círculo de Lectura de la USMA University of Santa María La Antigua.] CONFERENCES ATTENDED: Certification Basics, imparted by Shirley A. Walker, executive director, The Small Business Alliance of Central Florida and presented by the African American Chamber of Commerce of Central Florida at the Disney Entrepreneur Center, Orlando, Florida. April Tenth Annual Spanish Graduate Colloquium at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Florida. April Southeast Regional Conference for the United States Hispanic Leadership Institute at the Disney s Coronado Springs Resort in Orlando, Florida. November The functions of the Notary on Wills Matters, imparted by Dr. Rafael Gómez-Ferrer Sapiña at the College of Law of the Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico School of Law in Ponce, Puerto Rico. August UK Human Rights Act, imparted by attorney Jonathan Cooper and organized by the University of Tulsa, College of Law at the Florida South University Center in London, England. October Middle Templars, the American Revolution and the Separation of Powers, imparted by His Honor Judge Eric Stockdale and organized by the University of Tulsa, College of Law at the Florida South University Center in London, England. October Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, imparted by the ESC Rights Coordinator (Amnesty International-International Secretariat), Duncan Wilson and organized by the University of Tulsa, College of Law at the Florida South University Center in London, England. October Virtues that shape an excellent attorney, imparted by the ex-governor of Puerto Rico, Hon. Rafael Hernández Colón at the Universitaria Guajiles Residency in Ponce, Puerto Rico. March 2006 Puerto Rico s Political Status Debate, imparted by Attorney Juan Mari Bras, Attorney and ex- Senate President of Puerto Rico Charlie Rodríguez Colón and attorney Luis Vega Ramos at the College of Law of the Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico School of Law in Ponce, Puerto Rico. February 2006.
6 Omar Carmona-Sánchez, Esq., MA. 6 The Interpretation of Civil Judicial Traditions and Anglo-American in the Puerto Rico Law, imparted by Attorney Rosario and Law Professor Fernández Vera at the College of Law of the Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico School of Law in Ponce, Puerto Rico. July Legal Research, imparted by Attorney and Law Professor Miguel Álvares Pons at the College of Law of the Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico School of Law in Ponce, Puerto Rico. July Analysis and interpretation of the legal norm and jurisprudence, imparted by Attorney and Law Professor Olga Soler de Villalón at the College of Law of the Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico School of Law in Ponce, Puerto Rico. July Fifth Annual Spanish Graduate Colloquium at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Florida. April The Next Election in the United States of America and its Effect in Latin America, imparted by Dr. Carlos Alberto Montaner at the Cuban Hispanic Foundation in Madrid, Spain. May Dulce María Loynaz in the XX Century Latin American Literature, imparted by Dr. Humberto López Cruz at the University of Granada in Granada, Spain. April The Literary Panama in the Centenary of the Republic. Centennial Conversatorio at the University of Santa María la Antigua of the Republic of Panama. October Second International Congress on Cuban Studies (With Cuba in the Distance) in Cadiz, Spain. May Commemoration of the Fifty Years of the Common Wealth of Puerto Rico imparted by Attorney and Law Professor Antonio Fernós at the Capitol, San Juan, Puerto Rico. July Second Annual Spanish Graduate Colloquium at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Florida. April PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS: -Member, Florida Public Notary. Commission expires: May 8, Member, Puerto Rico Bar (passing score: 91.2%) -Member, Florida Bar AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS: -Future Minority Leaders, Mentoring Champion of the Year, Law Review of the Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico, The American Scholars National Honor Society, Graduate Teacher Assistant in the Spanish Master Program granted by the College of Arts and Sciences of the University of Central Florida, The National Dean s List, Lambda Theta Phi Latin Fraternity, Inc. Sector Academic Brother of the Year, 2004
7 Omar Carmona-Sánchez, Esq., MA. 7 -The Chancellor s List, Top 100 Students in the University of Central Florida Golden Knights Who's Who, University of Central Florida Dean s List, Lambda Theta Phi Latin Fraternity, Inc. Chapter Academic Brother of the Year, Who s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, University of Central Florida President s Honor Roll, Lambda Theta Phi Latin Fraternity, Inc. Presidential Award, President s Education Award Program, Outstanding Educational Improvement, 1995 SCHOLARSHIPS: -Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico School of Law Honor Scholarship, Graduate Teacher Assistant Scholarship, University of Central Florida, Orlando, Grant to attend the Second International Congress on Cuban Studies (With Cuba in the Distance), Cadiz, Spain, May University of Central Florida Golden Knights Who's Who Scholarship, Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Central Florida Scholarship, Seizing Opportunities for Achievement & Retention (SOAR) Graduate Student Scholarship, 1998 ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES: -Journal of Puerto Rican Law, Law Review, Prima Facie Newspaper, writer and editor, The Florida Bar International Law, affiliate membership, Amnesty International, National Hispanic Bar Association (NHBA), student membership, The American Society of International Law, American Branch of the International Law Association (ABILA), student membership, National Association of Student of Law (ANED), Puerto Rico Editor Committee, The Federalist Society, Federal Bar Association, Omicron Delta Kappa, (Ο Κ) National Leadership Honor Society, Phi Kappa Phi, (ΦΚΦ) National Honor Society, Lambda Theta Phi (ΛΘΦ) Latin Fraternity, Inc. Academic Head Chair, 2005 Chapter Induction Officer, 2005 Chapter Advisor, Alumni Relation Director, Recruitment Committee, 2000, 2002 and Fundraising Head Chair, 2003 Recruitment Head Chair, 2003 Community Service Committee, Administrative Officer, 2002 Homecoming committee,
8 Omar Carmona-Sánchez, Esq., MA. 8 Domino Competition Head Chair, Spanish Graduate Association (SAGA) Organizing Chair of the Fifth Annual Spanish Graduate Colloquium, 2005 Financial Officer, Social Activities Coordinator, Hispanic American Student Association (HASA), Sigma Delta Pi, (Σ Π) Spanish Honor Society Webmaster, President, 2002 and 2003 Vice-president, Fall Blue Key Society - Founding member of the University of Central Florida Chapter, 2003 EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: -Uma Carmona Rivera Scholarship Fund - Founder and Member of Board of Director, Legal Aid Society of the Orange County Bar Association - Pro bono immigration attorney, United States Hispanic Leadership Institute - Advisor Committee and Seminar moderator, Rotary International - Founding member of Central Florida Chapter, Future Minority Leaders - Founding Member and Contributor, Zyndrome Surf Company - Owner and President, LatinBodyboarder.com - Owner and President, National Latino Leadership Association (NALLA) - Founder and Board of Directors, Children s Right Foundation - Food Drive Organizer, COMMUNITY SERVICES: -Latin Food and Wine Festival, Future Minority Leader Community Service, Give a Kid the World, Rotary Community Service, Hispanic Chamber of Commerce s Business and Consumer Expo, Bee Wise, Immunize, Hispanic Colombian Center in Madrid, Spain, Haiti and Granada Hurricane Relief, United Cerebral Palsy (UCP), Children s Right Foundation, Disney s Wide World of Sports, Sports Enthusiast, Annual Taíno Festival, Habitat for Humanity, Museum of the City of Orlando, Central Florida Special Olympics, 1998 REFERENCES: References will be furnished upon request.
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