Anny Martin graduated from the University of Florida Levin College of Law. While at UF Law, Ms. Martin was extremely involved in the executive boards of various on-campus organizations including serving as President of the International Law Society, Vice President of Internal Communication of the Hispanic National Bar Association and Vice President of the Cuban American Bar Association of the university. She was also the Student Works Editor of the Florida Journal of International Law.
In addition to her many involvements, Ms. Martin entered law school with a Masters in Business Administration from Universidad Católica Boliviana in La Paz, Bolivia. Prior to receiving her MBA, she graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, International Development Studies and a Minor in French. During her undergraduate career, Ms. Martin was the Director and Moderator of Committees of UCLA Model United Nations.
Before joining Moore & Company, Ms. Martin served as a Law Clerk for ChildersLaw LLC and Peter C.K. Enwall P.A. both in Gainesville, Florida. She was also a Judicial Intern for the Honorable Judge Terry J. Hatter at the Unites States Federal District Court, Central District of California working on copyright and patent cases, disputes, fees and violations.
At Moore & Company, Ms. Martin uses her business background, knowledge of international affairs and language skills by focusing on transactional matters and clients interested in doing business in or with European and Latin American entities.