Diana Usten completed her law degree at Pace University School of Law in 2015. During her time in law school, Ms. Usten distinguished herself in the immigration externship clinic, where she dedicated her efforts to advocating for underprivileged populations seeking religious and political asylum. Additionally, she specialized in cases involving withholding and cancellation of removal for immigrant women, children, and abuse victims.
Following her graduation, Ms. Usten honed her litigation skills at several reputable plaintiff's firms in the bustling city of New York. Her practice primarily focused on personal injury, PIP/No-fault defense, and cases involving motor vehicle and premise liability. With her comprehensive knowledge of the legal landscape, Ms. Usten effectively defended doctors, medical providers, and rehabilitation centers against insurance carriers.
Furthermore, Ms. Usten has a wealth of experience in workers compensation law. Her dedication to the well-being of employees injured on the job led her to represent corrections officers and transit employees at mediations and trials, ensuring they received the justice they deserved.
Notably, Ms. Usten is admitted to practice law in both New York and Florida, allowing her to serve clients in two prominent states.
J.D., Pace University School of Law, 2015