Daniella Margetic is a juris doctor candidate for May 2020 at the Nova Southeastern University ("NSU"), Shepard Broad College of Law. As Managing Editor of the Nova Law Review, her responsibilities include facilitating the technical aspects of production, subscription updates, office oversight, and the management of this blog.
In her first year at NSU, Daniella was elected by her peers in the part-time division as representative of the Student Bar Association and has been an incumbent for all four years. She currently serves as the Justice of Academics over the Workshop Division for the Moot Court Society, which provides hands on training in oral advocacy from practicing attorneys and judges. She competed in the Robert Orseck Moot Court Competition in 2018 and 2019 at the Florida Bar Convention and ended as a Quarterfinalist (2018/2019) and Preliminary Best Oralist (2019). Daniella is also an advocate for the NSU Trial Association and Chair of the NSU Federal Bar Association Chapter.
As a student member of the Palm Beach County Bar Association for the past three years, she has served on the Judicial Relations Committee and the Law Related Education Committee. In this capacity, she moderated a panel discussion about professionalism at a luncheon with a group of 15th Circuit judges in the presence of many young lawyers who wanted to learn from the bench's wealth of experience.
Prior to and while attending law school, she worked as a Team Lead at Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLC. In 2018 she worked as a law clerk at Greenspoon Marder, LLP in the foreclosure department, and currently works as a law clerk for Falcon Partners, LLC. She has accepted an offer at the Palm Beach County State Attorney's Office and will start after taking the Florida Bar Examination. She lives in South Florida with her husband, Samir.