Ingrid Lloyds is a valuable asset to the firm’s property litigation department, with almost thirty years of experience as an attorney. Mrs. Lloyds received her first degree to practice law from the Universidad Catolica Andres Bello in Caracas, Venezuela, and has earned two masters’ degrees, one in tax law and another in administrative law from the Universidad Central de Venezuela. Mrs. Lloyds has published various legal journal articles with an emphasis on tax and administrative laws. As a Venezuelan attorney, she was part of the Venezuelan Attorney General’s Office, was the National Legal Director for the national tax revenue agency of Venezuela (SENIAT), a superior court tax judge, consulted on international legal affairs, a tax law professor, and has been a keynote speaker at various South American conferences and workshops. Her broad legal background and experience allows Mrs. Lloyds to have a unique perspective and insight on international and domestic legal affairs, as well as the ability to connect and understand each client, creating an excellent atmosphere for the attorney-client relationship.
After moving to the United States, she earned her Juris Doctor degree from St. Thomas University School of Law in Miami, Florida. Mrs. Lloyds has experience in real estate title work and now focuses her efforts and expertise on property insurance claims.
Education and Experience
St. Thomas University School of Law – Juris Doctor, 2015
Universidad Central de Venezuela – LLM in Tax Law, 2004
Universidad Central de Venezuela – LLM in Administrative Law, 2003
Universidad Catolica Andres Bello – Attorney, 1990.
Bar and Court Admissions
Florida Bar, Member
Colegio de Abogados de Venezuela, Member
Asociacion Venezolana de Derecho Tributario, Member
Asociacion Venezolana de Jueces Superiores Contencioso Tributario, Ex-Member
Volunteer for DACA clinic, VIDA Legal Assistance Inc.
Volunteer for Immigration & Human Rights Clinic, Catholic Legal Services-Archdiocese of Miami.