Mariana De Vita is a bilingual lawyer focused in the areas of domestic and cross-border M&A, corporate governance, and general corporate law. She has been involved in transactions in a variety of industries including energy, technology, and commercial products.
Mariana was born in Venezuela and is a native Spanish speaker. She maintains an active pro bono practice, representing clients in immigration issues. She interned with the Jerome N. Frank Legal Services Organization Worker and Immigrant's Rights Clinics at Yale University, the Immigration Law Clinic at Vanderbilt University, and Justice for Our Neighbors in Nashville, Tennessee. She is also a member of the Hispanic National Bar Association.
- March 20, 2021
The Woman Negotiator Workshop - The Ruth Bader Ginsburg Women in Law Conference, Columbia Law School
- Vanderbilt University (J.D. 2017; Dean's Scholar; Executive Development Editor, Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law; President, La Alianza; Treasurer, Women Law Student Association); University of Florida (B.A. in History and Political Science cum laude 2014; Certificate in Latin American Studies; Phi Beta Kappa)
- New York