Jesus Caro is an attorney in the litigation practice group at Colodny Fass. He focuses on first party property insurance defense litigation and other commercial disputes.
He is a recent graduate from NSU’s Shepard Broad College of Law where he was a Jefferson & Simonhoff Memorial Scholar, a member of the college’s Honor’s Program, a legal research assistant to Assistant Dean Elena Marty-Nelson, and graduated with magna cum laude honors. During law school, he was the Executive Editor of the International Law Students Association- Journal of Comparative Law. He was also a judicial intern for the 17th Circuit of Broward County with Judge Robert W. Lee, where he experienced his first court hearing.
Prior to joining the firm, he taught public speaking and argumentation for the Broward County Public Schools system. He is a national award-winning coach in different speaking and debate events. Mr. Caro enjoyed helping his students find their voice and teaching them to express complex and nuanced messages in their performances. Mr. Caro also has prior experience as a legal clerk at an insurance defense firm, focusing primarily on third-party insurance claims.
Mr. Caro attended California State University-Long Beach where he received a double Bachelor of Science in Financial Investments and Accountancy. A native of southern California, he moved to Fort Lauderdale in 2016 to pursue a career in teaching and then law. He loves talking about economics, playing golf, and running marathons.
Mr. Caro’s first legal clerk position was at Colodny Fass and he is excited to return as a licensed attorney. His professional and personal philosophy includes identifying the motivations of his clients and helping to express the client’s motivations by being a zealous advocate in resolving their disputes.