Jesus Novo is a licensed attorney from the State of Florida. He has been a lawyer for two decades and graduated with honors from the Law School of St. Thomas University, where he was a member of the International Moot Court Team and Judge of the Honor Council. Associate Editor of the Law Journal of St. Thomas and active member of the Hispano-American Lawyers Society (HALS). He received the Book Award for the best student for a topic in Constitutional Law, International Law, Comparative Law and Crimes. He was included on the Dean's List for the semesters of the fall of 1990, spring of 1991, spring of 1992, fall of 1992 and spring of 1993. He was among the top 5% of his class.
He was born in Havana, Cuba, but has lived in the South Florida area for the past 33 years. He is married and has four children. He is a lifetime member of the Humane Society of the United States, winner of the Golden Paw Award of 1989. Avid reader and enjoys golf on the weekends.
St. Thomas University School of Law. 1993
Bachelor of Arts
Florida International University. 1989
Member, Florida Bar.
BNI. Affiliate Member / 2013 - Present
Federal Bar Association. Attorney Member / 1997 - Present
Humane Society of the U.S. Lifetime Member / 1989 - Present
American Bar Association. Member / 1993 - 2001
Hispanic American Law Society. Member / 1991 - 1993
St. Thomas University School Law Honor Council. Judge / 1991 - 1993
St. Michael's Refugee Fund. Former President / 1983 - 1986
Criminal defense: 75%