Paralegal & Executive Assistant
Marina Ibarra, born in Misiones, Argentina, was raised by a family of educators who instilled in her the virtues of diligence, education, dedication, and insight. Growing up in the triple frontier of a developing nation, she witnessed firsthand the injustices plaguing innocents, fueling her motivation to utilize education and justice as a means to aid them.
Marina earned a Bachelor’s in Communication before attaining her Juris Doctor in Law in 2022 from the esteemed Universidad de la Cuenca del Plata, achieving this milestone at the age of 22. She currently serves in both a paralegal and an executive assistant capacity for the Firm, and is proficient in English, Spanish, and Portuguese.
On a more personal note, Marina’s goals are to effect positive change through compassion and education. She is motivated by empowering individuals to reach their aspirations and goals. She also takes philanthropy to heart, as she and her family ardently champion animal rights, overseeing a rescue organization in Misiones, Argentina that has successfully facilitated over 100 adoptions for dogs and cats and raised money through charitable events to pay for serious injuries, cancer treatments, and other ailments suffered by animals that are brought to their shelter.