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McGlinchey Welcomes Alyssa Weiss to Commercial Litigation Group in Fort LauderdaleRead Time: 1 min
McGlinchey is pleased to announce that Alyssa Weiss has joined the firm’s Commercial Litigation group as an associate in the Fort Lauderdale office. Alyssa will focus her practice on complex corporate and contract disputes, creditors’ rights, litigation on behalf of financial institutions and lenders, and lender representation in bankruptcies and workouts.
Before joining the firm as an associate, Alyssa served as an associate attorney at Bleakley Bavol Denman & Grace, where she represented clients in commercial litigation, probate litigation, and guardianship litigation matters.
“We are pleased to welcome Alyssa to McGlinchey,” said Kim Israel, co-managing member of the Fort Lauderdale and Jacksonville offices and Member in the firm’s Commercial Litigation section. “Her experience working with clients to develop strategic litigation goals will be a valuable asset to our clients who will certainly benefit from her legal insights.”
While a law student, Alyssa participated in a Summer Associate program and won the Litigation Triad Competition. She also worked with the Gator TeamChild Juvenile Law Clinic, where she represented children in the dependency court system. Alyssa was a member of the Jewish Law Student Association and the Law Association for Women.
“We are proud to add Alyssa to our roster of Florida commercial litigators,” said Will Grimsley, co-managing member of the Fort Lauderdale and Jacksonville offices and Member in the firm’s Commercial Litigation section. “She is a skilled attorney, and I know she will bolster our team with her commitment to excellent legal services.”
Alyssa received her J.D. from the University of Florida Levin College of Law in 2021. While a student, she served as editor of the university’s Journal of Law and Public Policy and the president of the Florida Student Brief. She received a bachelor’s degree in journalism, magna cum laude, in 2018 from the University of Florida.