C. Francesca Corallo
C. Francesca Corallo, an Associate at Rafool, LLC, focuses her practice on complex domestic and international marital and family law matters, as well as commercial litigation disputes. In addition, Ms. Corallo sits on the board of directors for the Dade County Bar Association, the largest voluntary bar association in Florida. Having previously served as assistant general counsel for the developer of a billion-dollar, mixed-use project in Miami, Ms. Corallo is also experienced in corporate law, administrative law, construction law, land use, and zoning law, to name a few. A Miami native, Ms. Corallo earned her law degree from the University of Virginia School of Law, which is perennially ranked among the nation’s top ten law schools. While at UVA, Ms. Corallo spent her summers gaining practical experience by interning for the Honorable Melinda Harmon, United States District Court, Southern District of Texas, and the Gulf Region Advocacy Center in Houston, Texas. During her third year of law school, Ms. Corallo participated in the Hunton and Williams, LLP, Pro Bono Partnership, and provided legal services to victims of domestic violence and foreign nationals seeking asylum from persecution. In 2009, Ms. Corallo graduated cum laude from the University of Florida as Valedictorian of the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, where she majored in Criminology & Law, and minored in both Geography and Environmental Studies. She was awarded the Anderson Scholar Highest Distinction Award, an undergraduate honor for a perfect grade point average. In 2005, Ms. Corallo was awarded the Chevrolet Excellence in Education Award, a scholarship for minorities who demonstrate academic excellence and outstanding community service. Before college, Ms. Corallo attended Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart from Montessori until she graduated high school cum laude. She is admitted to practice in Florida and Texas, and is fluent in English and Spanish.
- J.D., University of Virginia School of Law, 2013
- B.A., University of Florida, 2009
- cum laude
- Valedictorian of the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
- Anderson Scholar Highest Distinction Award