About

Evelina LibhenPortrait of Evelina Libhen

One of attorney Evelina Libhen’s core beliefs, honed by 17 years of professional experience, is that no detail is too small to ignore. Evelina’s path to success began at St. Thomas University School of Law where her Dean’s List status and acceptance into the school’s prestigious appellate clinic program primed her to be the relentless perfectionist she is today.

Evelina’s continuous pursuit of excellence is highlighted by her attainment of the most rigorous and distinguished of academic credentials. She has studied at Merton College in Oxford, having completed a residential programme on Intellectual Property Law and Practice, organized by the Faculty of Law, University of Oxford.

In 2013, Evelina was appointed Vice-Chair of the Florida Bar 11th Judicial Circuit Grievance Committee where she served a full three-year term. In 2018, she was elected to the Board of Directors of the Dade County Bar Association, the largest voluntary bar association in Florida, founded in the early 1900’s.

Evelina addresses all requests with the highest level of confidentiality in a prompt and efficient manner.
Whether a need arises to secure compensation for damages caused to her clients by fraud or negligence of others or to defend against a frivolous lawsuit, Evelina pursues a strategic approach to attaining the goal, indefatigably researching and meticulously exploring every legal angle.

Evelina’s Russian background lends her practice a distinct edge. Since her admission to the Florida Bar, she has earned the trust and loyalty of many Russian speaking clients by devoting a substantial amount of time to helping them effectively navigate the system.