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03.07.2012
The Miami-Dade County Office of the Mayor and Board of County Commissioners presented a Proclamation declaring the National Hispanic Corporate Achievers Day on March 5, 2012. Mayor Carlos A. Gimenez highlighted our not-for-profit Organization for its continuous efforts to contribute to the enhancement of our community for the good of the Citizens [more]

The Miami-Dade County Office of the Mayor and Board of County Commissioners presented a Proclamation declaring the National Hispanic Corporate Achievers Day on March 5, 2012. Mayor Carlos A. Gimenez highlighted our not-for-profit Organization for its continuous efforts to contribute to the enhancement of our community for the good of the Citizens, for serving as a plateau for major corporations to gather and recognize the accomplishments of their top employees of Hispanic descent, and for joining forces with educational institutions to create programs of empowerment, summits, diversity career fairs, and forums, which help develop and prepare the Hispanic community to not only lead but flourish within the global economy.

National Hispanic Corporate Achievers, known also as Hispanic Achievers, was also recognized for the launch of the first Hispanic license plate in the Nation which represents the great accomplishments of American Hispanics while providing funding to non-profits throughout Florida that serve minorities. Outstanding leaders from Chambers of Commerce, Health Systems, Associations, and other Community Organizations from South Florida were honored on this day for their community service and economic development.

These leaders and organizations were also recognized as Hispanic Achievers Ambassadors. Visit www.HispanicAchievers.org for photo and video gallery.

03.05.2011
On March 4 through March 6, 2011, Florida law schools competed in this year's Student Trial Advocacy Competition (STAC) sponsored by the American Association for Justice. Attorney Richard R. Robles served as a judge in the competition. [more]

Saturday March 05, 2011

American Association for Justice Student Trial Advocacy Competition (STAC)
On March 4 through March 6, 2011, Florida law schools competed in this year's Student Trial Advocacy Competition (STAC) sponsored by the American Association for Justice.  Attorney Richard R. Robles served as a judge in the competition.  "You [law students] possess a great deal of talent; I would include any of you on one of my trial teams," Richard R. Robles stated as he addressed the competing law students.  Stetson University was the winner of the statewide competition.  "It is those law students who go the extra mile that set themselves apart in the legal profession as lawyers," Robles added.  The event was co-sponsored by Lawyers to the Rescue, a non-profit organization created by lawyers dedicated to bringing humanitarian support to people around the world in times of crisis.  Mayor of Coral Gables, Don Slesnick, gave the keynote speeech at the reception hosted at the home of attorney Spencer Aronfeld and his wife Dina Aronfeld.


12.07.2010
On December 7, 2010, Richard R. Robles and Nicholas G. Rossoletti attended the event hosted by the Puerto Rican Chamber of Commerce of South Florida. Mayor Tomas P. Regalado gave his economic outlook for the City of Miami. [more]

On December 7, 2010, Richard R. Robles and Nicholas G. Rossoletti attended the event hosted by the Puerto Rican Chamber of Commerce of South Florida.  Mayor Tomas P. Regalado gave his economic outlook for the City of Miami.  The Puerto Rican Chamber along with the City of Miami have teamed up in a project designed to assist in the revitalization of Miami's Wynwood neighborhood.  "The revitalization of this sector of the City of Miami is key to Miami's future economic growth," commented Rossoletti at the event.  "It is these types of projects closely affiliated with the business sector that are necessary for economic expansion in our region," added Robles.

02.18.2009
Chistopher Columbus High School held Career Day on February 18, 2009. A group of alumni, representing a broad array of career paths, gave the graduating class their advice on paving a fruitful spiritual life and career.[more]

Wednesday February 18, 2009

Christoper Columbus High School Career Day
Chistopher Columbus High School held Career Day on February 18, 2009.   A group of alumni, representing a broad array of career paths, gave the graduating class their advice on paving a fruitful spiritual life and career.  Richard Robles was among the speakers at the event.  Emphasis was made on honestly, responsibility and morality.  Students were encouraged to refer to their "moral compass" and to always do the right thing.


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