Marlene Brito, Esq.
Marlene Brito is a South Florida native. She received a B.S. in criminal justice from Florida International University and graduated magna cum laude from St. Thomas University School of Law. After her first year in law school, Marlene was a recipient of the Cuban American Bar Foundation 2014 “At-Large” Scholarship.
While in law school, Marlene was a member of the St. Thomas Law Review and Moot Court Board. She received a Cali Book Award in the Real Estate Development and Finance class. Marlene was also part of the Appellate Litigation Clinic where she had the opportunity to be a certified legal intern with the Miami-Dade Public Defender’s Office and argued before the Third District Court of Appeal. Most recently, Marlene’s article, “Terminating a Condominium or Terminating Property Rights: a Distinction Without a Difference” was published in the Real Estate Law Journal. Marlene first joined the PeytonBolin team as a law clerk and was later hired as an associate upon graduating law school.