Her legal career commenced as an Honors Attorney at the Florida Office of the Attorney General. She then contributed to the Florida Supreme Court as a Career Staff Attorney, providing invaluable input and guidance to the Court on pleadings and diverse legal matters.
Following this, Mireille was Associate Public Counsel, undertaking complex regulatory utility litigation. Furthermore, her litigation experience extends to her appearances before the Division of Administrative Hearings, the First District Court, and the Florida Supreme Court in appeals.
Mireille most recently served as a Regulatory Compliance Counsel and Knowledge Repository Manager for a prominent software company. Her role involved providing regulatory compliance reviews for consumer product companies and maintaining the company’s digital knowledge repository.
Mireille earned her Juris Doctor from the Florida State University College of Law and holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Houston, the Honors College. She is authorized to practice law by the Supreme Court of Florida and the United States District Court for both the Northern and Middle Districts of Florida.
Apart from her professional roles,Mireille is a published contributor to the Florida Bar Journal, and an active member of her community.
Mireille’s commitment to her community is evident from her active involvement in several organizations, including Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Tallahassee Women Lawyers, Mensa International, and others. Her dedication to diversity and inclusion is highlighted by her past service on the Florida Bar Diversity and Inclusion Committee and her term as President of BLSA at FSU Law.