Ursula A. Remy


Ursula Remy graduated from the University of Central Florida with a Bachelor of Arts degree. She returned to UCF and earned a Master of Science degree in Criminal Justice with a certificate in Crime Analysis.  She then obtained her Juris Doctor degree, with Honors, from the Florida A&M University College of Law. While in law school, Ms. Remy served as a staff editor for Law Review, as well as a co-arbiter for the Spring Showcase. She also worked as a research assistant. Ms. Remy earned book awards in Constitutional Law, Labor Law and National Security Law.

Ms. Remy serves as a Guardian Ad Litem advocating and protecting the best interests of abused and neglected children involved in dependency court proceedings. She is also actively involved in volunteering for her church. Born in Lima, Peru, Ms. Remy is fluent in Spanish.

Ms. Remy is a member of the Florida Bar, Orange County Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division, and the Hispanic Bar Association of Central Florida. She is also a member of the Judge William Wieland Workers’ Compensation Inn of Court. She is admitted to practice in all Florida trial and appellate courts.

Ms. Remy’s practice concentrates on litigation in general liability and worker’s compensation, as well as municipal liability in both state and federal courts.