Miosoti Diaz

Paralegal Supervisor
Miosoti Diaz Paralegal Supervisor
  • Miosoti Diaz is a Paralegal Supervisor at Slater Slater Schulman with over 21 years of experience
    in her field. Concentrating primarily in mass tort law, Miosoti manages cases in the World
    Trade Center Department, specializing specifically in the World Trade Center Health Program.

    Miosoti’s success in her field stems from prioritizing honesty and genuine care. In a firm that
    continues to grow every day, it is essential to have a strong base of support for individuals
    experiencing traumatic and painful events. By empowering her fellow paralegals to uphold the
    values of a client-based approach, Miosoti ensures that every individual seeking justice is
    appreciated throughout the entirety of their legal journey.

    Miosoti is passionate about working with diverse communities, helping them to reach their
    goals and live more fulfilling lives. As a bilingual professional proficient in English and Spanish,
    Miosoti excels in advocating for clients of various backgrounds, breaking down language
    barriers that often prevent non-English speaking New Yorkers from seeking the legal support
    they deserve.

    Outside of her paralegal role, Miosoti volunteers her time to raise funds and participate in local
    events through the Council for Unity, an organization offering customized curriculum training to
    schools, community groups, police departments, and correctional facilities. She has also
    volunteered with Pack a Thon, packing nutritious meals for children and families affected by
    food insecurity (primarily in Haiti) distributed by Feed the Hunger.

    Prior to joining Slater Slater Schulman, Miosoti worked for a boutique personal injury law firm
    in Manhattan—where in 2006 she met and worked with our managing partner, Adam Slater.
    After staying in touch over the years, Miosoti finally joined the Slater Slater Schulman team in
    November, 2018.

    Miosoti received her high school diploma from George Washington High School and her
    Paralegal Studies Associate Degree from Borough of Manhattan Community College.

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