George Kyriakopoulos

George grew up in Miami and has a vast network of business and community connections in the greater Miami and South Florida area. A first generation Cuban and Greek American, he graduated with honors from Tulane University School of Law. During law school he prevailed in several highly competitive national moot court mock trial competitions for Tulane’s nationally ranked mock trial program. Additionally, he served on the Tulane Maritime Law Journal and worked as a summer associate for a prestigious international law firm.

George obtained his business degree from the University of Miami, Miami Herbert Business School in 2020, where he received his Bachelors of Business Administration, double majoring in Finance and Legal Studies.

He is fluent in Spanish and conversationally proficient in Greek.


Legal Clerkships

  • Summer Judicial Intern, Honorable Judge Adalberto Jordan, United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit

  • Judicial Extern, Honorable Judge Carl J. Barbier, United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana


Representative Experience

  • Represented major French-based multinational financial services company in connection with securities class action litigation

  • Represented major national law firm in defense of class-action litigation

  • Represented landlords in commercial evictions

  • Represented real estate developers in complex commercial real estate case involving large-scale development project

  • Represented large oil company in litigation pertaining to corporate structure

  • Represented owner operators of a large multinational fast food company in cases involving labor and employment disputes

  • Represented municipalities and police departments in labor and employment disputes