Arencibia Attorneys - Welcome


Raul Arencibia received his Bachelor of Arts degree from New York University cum laude in 1977, where he was Raul Arencibiaa New York University Scholar, a recipient of the Founders’ Day Award (for achieving highest academic preferment recognized by New York University), a Regents Scholar and graduated with Honors in Political Science.

Mr. Arencibia then went on to receive his Juris Doctor from Harvard Law School in 1980.


Professional Associations, Activities and Lectures

  • Founder and Vice-Chair (1999), Chair (2000), Immediate Past Chair (2001) and Executive Council Member at Large (2003-2004), The Florida Bar’s Equal Opportunities Law Section
  • Member (1994-1999), Vice-Chair (1995) and Chair (1996), The Florida Bar’s Equal Opportunities in the Profession Committee
  • Delegate, The Florida Bar’s Council of Sections (2000)
  • Delegate, The Florida Bar’s Council of Executive Councils (2001)
  • Member, The Florida Bar’s Judicial Administration, Selection and Tenure Committee (1999-2001).
  • Member, The Florida Bar’s Appellate Practice Section.
  • Member, The Florida Bar’s Trial Lawyers Section.
  • Co-Chair, The Florida Bar’s All Bar Conference on Diversity (2001)
  • Participant, The Florida Supreme Court’s Ten-Year Retrospect on the Report and Recommendations of the Supreme Court Racial and Ethnic Bias Study Commission.
  • Applicant for Nomination to Florida’s Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court (2001).
  • Lecturer, “Winning in Court – Florida’s Top Trial Attorneys Will Show You How.”
  • Panelist, The Florida Bar’s 2001 Annual Meeting, Masters Seminar on Professionalism, “Successful Lawyering in a Diverse Society.”
  • Co-Chair, The Florida Supreme Court’s Advisory Committee for the 2001 Conference of the National Consortium of Task Forces and Commissions on Racial and Ethnic Bias in the Courts.
  • Member, Dade County Bar Association [Young Lawyers Section; Community Relations Coordinating Committee (1981-1982); Communications Law Committee (1983-1984); Business Litigation Committee (1998); Appellate Court Committee [Co-Chair, Appellate Court Liaison Subcommittee (1998)].
  • Member, Cuban American Bar Association.
  • Director, Corporate Secretary, and Member of Executive, Planning, Credentialing and Bylaws Committees, Economic Opportunity Family Health Center, Inc. (2002-2007)
  • Member, Puerto Rican Professional Association of South Florida.
  • Approved counsel, American Bar Association Minority Counsel Demonstration Program (1988-1990).
  • Lecturer, Miami-Dade County Public Schools, “Ethics in Education,” (2002).


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