Lissette Eusebio is a Senior Associate at Forman Friedman, PA. She obtained a Bachelor’s of Science degree from Nova Southeastern University, focused in the Paralegal Studies. Subsequently, she graduated from St. Thomas University School of Law with Cum Laude. Prior to joining Foreman Freedman, Ms. Eusebio focused her practice in commercial litigation and insurance defense relating to premises liability, negligent security, professional liability, wrongful death, complex litigation, first party property matters, and Section 1983 claim. Ms. Eusebio also worked as an Attorney Advisor for the U.S. Department of Justice working with Immigration Judges at the Executive Office for Immigration Review. She also completed a Clinical Teaching Fellowship at the Hofstra University, Maurice A. Deane School of Law, Deportation Defense Clinic, supervising law students’ representation of destitute detained immigrants.
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Awards & Recognition:
Lissette Eusebio, The Convention Against Torture and Third Party Abuse: When Does a Government Breach its Duty Through Acquiescence?, Immigration Law Advisor, Vol. 9, No. 5 (May 2015).