meet the founder
Jessica Shraybman is the FOUNDER and Managing Partner of Shraybman Law, PLLC.
Since becoming a member of the Florida Bar in 2014, Ms. Shraybman has focused her practice on business and intellectual property. She is a trusted advisor to entrepreneurs, investors, and institutions.
In addition to her legal knowledge, Ms. Shraybman brings to the table her business experience and expertise. For nearly a decade before becoming an attorney, she owned a successful South Florida tutoring and college advising company. Today, she is an attorney with an entrepreneurial mindset.
Ms. Shraybman leverages her diverse backgrounds with an in-depth understanding of clients’ needs to help entrepreneurs and businesses grow and succeed. She is experienced in developing and executing strategies, and has handled complex business transactions in a multitude of industries.
She graduated with highest honors from the University of Miami (BA, Philosophy and Entrepreneurship) and in the top 20% of her class from Florida International College of Law (JD).
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Harvard Extension School, NonProfit Leadership and Management, Graduate Certificate, 2020
JD, Florida International University College of Law, Highest Honors, 2014
BS, Philosophy and Entrepreneurship, University of Miami, Highest Honors, 2007
professional affiliations & community involvement
Board Member, Miami Beach NextGen Advisory Council
Board Member, Fairchild Palms
Business Law Section of the Florida Bar, Intellectual Property Committee
Advisor, Dade Legal Aid’s Venture Law Project
Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts
Russian American Bar Association
Presenter, Intellectual Property for Creatives (collaboration with Venture Law Project and hosted by Brand New Mornings and The Wolfsonian)
Moderator, Labor and Employment Law for Startups (hosted by The LAB Miami)
Volunteer Attorney, Legal Clinic for Creatives (hosted by Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts Miami)
Presenter, Launch Your Nonprofit (collaboration with Center for Social Change)