Margaux Bacro-Duverger is an associate in the firm’s Miami office practicing general civil litigation. Margaux graduated from the University of South Carolina cum laude with minors in Criminal Justice and Leadership. She also helped create the sailing team at the University of South Carolina, serving as Team Captain, as well as the Vice President of the United States InterCollegiate Sailing Association and Undergraduate President for the South Atlantic Intercollegiate Sailing Association.
While in law school Margaux was an officer for the Maritime Law Society, and interned for the University of Miami School of Law Immigration Clinic. She was a member of the International Moot Court Program and competed in the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot. Margaux also was a member of the Race and Social Justice Law Review. During her time in law school she interned with the Federal Public Defender Office for the Southern District of Florida, then as a judicial intern to the Honorable Magistrate Judge Lauren Louis. She also acted as an assistant coach to the University of Miami Sailing Team while in law school.
She was the runner up at the United States Sailing Pan American Snipe Trials for 2019, tied for first place in U.S. Snipe Nationals 2019, and was selected to be a part of the women’s grant team for the J24 World Championship 2019.
Margaux is admitted to practice in the State of Florida. Her family is from France, and she speaks French.
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