Eduardo Ayala is of counsel for the firm. Eduardo is a native of Lima-Peru. Prior to his legal career, Eduardo was a consecrated lay in the Catholic Church where he held important positions of leadership and studied theology and philosophy.
In 2008, Eduardo attended FIU College of Law where he excelled as a student. He graduated at the top of his class and was included in the dean’s list four out of six semesters. Actively involved with the Latin American culture he obtained the CALI Excellence Award in his Law and Politics in Latin America class for his research on the Mexican Constitution.
Eduardo then developed his advocacy skills working as a certified Legal Intern for Legal Services of Greater Miami. In Legal Services he represented low-income persons in Landlord Tenants disputes. Later in his career, Eduardo Ayala also worked for the Immigration and Human Rights Clinic at FIU where he tried several cases inImmigration Court obtaining successful outcomes for his clients.
In May 2011, after graduation from law school, Eduardo worked for large firms in Miami where he also practiced commercial litigation. His practice areas include business immigration, real estate transactions, commercial and civil litigation.
Eduardo is fluent in Spanish.