999 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Suite 810 Coral Gables, FL 33134

Armando Rosquete

Armando Rosquete

Armando Rosquete

Raised by a single mother in a working-class family, Armando is motivated by adversity and understands the value of hard work and money. A proud graduate of Miami-Dade’s public schools, Armando, through determination and hard work, became the first college graduate in his family, graduating from Cornell University and, later, Harvard Law School. Upon his return to Florida, he honed his analytical abilities as a law clerk on the Florida Supreme Court and returned to Miami to work at Hogan Lovells, Boies Schiller Flexner, and as a federal prosecutor. An active member of the Miami-Dade community, he now puts his invaluable investigative and trial experience to work for his clients. With over fourteen federal jury trials, Armando is most comfortable in the courtroom and believes that the key to any case is to focus on what really matters to a jury and presenting it in a way that a jury can understand. Unafraid to try a case when necessary, Armando uses a thorough and systematic approach to the problems facing his individual and institutional clients. Armando finds inspiration in the trust clients place in him to fight for them in their moment of need and became a lawyer to be the persuasive, empathetic and compassionate voice that his clients deserve.


Harvard Law School, J.D.; Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review, Executive Editor (Outside Articles); Harvard Latino Law Review, Member

Cornell University, B.A.; Duniway Prize (Top History Major), N.E. FL Cornell Alumni Scholar, Dean’s List; Mellon Minority Undergraduate Fellowship in the Humanities



U.S. District Court: Southern District of Florida

U.S. District Court: Middle District of Florida

Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals


Cuban-American Bar Association
Dade County Bar Association (Civil Litigation Committee)
American Bar Association
Hispanic National Bar Association (National Chair of the Criminal Law Committee & Deputy Regional President for Region VIII)
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation “Top 40 under 40 Lawyers” Award Recipient (2013)
Brickell Magazine’s “Top 20 Professionals Under 40” in Miami Award Recipient (2015)
HNBA’s 2016 “Top Lawyers Under 40” list


Assistant United States Attorney, Southern District of Florida


Justice Raoul G. Cantero, Florida Supreme Court