|Jordana Rostant-Nunes is an associate in the firm’s Boca Raton office. Originally from Trinidad and Tobago, Jordana moved to the U.S. in 2000, to Brooklyn, N.Y., and has resided in Florida since 2011. Jordana earned her Bachelor of Science from Barry University and is a double graduate of Nova Southeastern University, earning her MBA and Juris Doctor.
While in business school, Jordana was an independent contractor working with a company to help spearhead changes in the company’s overall structure, facilitate new managerial roles and responsibilities, and provide insight into where costs can be cut and resources allocated. As well as holding certificates in early childhood education working with children from infancy to the 4th grade.
In law school, Jordana was a full-time research paralegal in the Housing Rights Unit at the Legal Aid of Broward County, researching the rules, statutes, and case law relating to housing discrimination against people with HIV/AIDS and hosted several community events and presentations engaging the public to be tested and diminish the stigma around individuals with HIV.
As an attorney, Jordana continued in the Housing Rights Unit advocating for her clients to remain housed, have their evictions dismissed or judgments vacated, and/or save their housing choice voucher or housing subsidy, via civil trial, mediation, and out-of-court settlement. Jordana became proficient in Chapter 83 of the Florida Statutes -the Landlord-Tenant Act- as well as Title 24 of the Code of Federal Regulations regarding the U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development.