My name is Michael’s Deborah Saint-Vil I am a staff attorney at Catholic Legal Services (CLS). I attended Oakwood University in Huntsville AL. where I received my bachelor’s degree in Pre-Law a concentration in Political Science and minor in History. I received my Juris Doctor from Saint Thomas University School of Law during which time i was the 2014 recipient of the Haitian Lawyers Association Scholarship. My legal training prior to working at CLS includes volunteering at Nadine Gedeon, P.A.
While in law school I volunteered at VIDA Legal Assistant, Inc. where we handle primarily U-VISA cases dealing with victims of crimes. I was Law Student Representative at Saint Thomas University School of Law Immigration Clinic. A Legal Intern at the United Nations as an advisor for the permanent mission of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago where we focus mostly on the law of the sea. I did a Judicial Internship with the honorable Judge Michael A. Robinson at the 17th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida in the criminal court division.