During her law school career, Mrs. Nasimov was part of the St. Thomas University School of Law Immigration Clinic as a student representative and handled a handful of immigration cases in Miami Immigration Court. Mrs. Nasimov argued multiple cases in front of Immigration Judges from asylum to domestic violence issues.
Mrs. Nasimov was also part of the St. Thomas University School of Law Karnes Pro Bono project and spent a week in Karnes, Texas as the Karnes Detention Center providing legal services to immigrants who were in the detention center.
Mrs. Nasimov also completed over 300+ Pro Bono hours during her time in law school and was on various e-boards and clubs.
Mrs. Nasimov was part of The Journal of Complex Litigation, an honors academic journal at St. Thomas University School of Law.
Prior to joining Pena, Garcia & Diz, Mrs. Nasimov gained experience in the civil arena specializing in Plaintiff’s first party insurance. She was a legal clerk throughout her law school career with a specialized focus on Plaintiff’s first party and assignment of benefits cases; and gained experience handling different aspects of a legal case.
Mrs. Nasimov is a first generation American with dual citizenship with the United States and Israel. She was born and raised in Miami but moved to Israel when she was 19 years old, recently returning to live full time in Miami, and is fully bilingual in English and Hebrew.
Mrs. Nasimov is currently practicing litigation, with a particular emphasis on Insurance defense. Mrs. Nasimov litigates on behalf of property and general liability insurances.