Veronique Malebranche was born and raised in Haiti. Ms. Malebranche moved to Miami with her family after 15 years in Haiti. She is a graduate of Florida International University where she earned a bachelor’s degree in International Business, followed by a Juris Doctor from Benjamin L. Crump at St. Thomas University College of Law.

While in law school, Ms. Malebranche served on the board of the Public Interest Law Society as the Liaison between her law school and the several organizations on campus. She served as a Student Attorney with the Public Interest Law Society to receive a favorable decision on behalf of her client at the San Antonio Immigration Court. She was also a member of the Moot Court Team and argued at the U.S. District Court in Atlanta Georgia.

Ms. Malebranche is a recipient of the Top 20 Under 40 Young Professional Award, a graduate of the Florida Bar Leadership Academy, a Board of Governor for the 11th Judicial Circuit of the Florida Bar Young Lawyers Division and the Immediate Past President of the Haitian Lawyers Association. 

Ms. Malebranche has a passion for the law and knowledge. She is constantly seeking to better herself and utilize her platform to support others.