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Eric Assouline

Eric Assouline

Assouline & Berlowe, P.A.

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Eric's work combines: Law, Business, and Problem Solving

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Day In The Life

Managing Partner and Head of Litigation Department

I handle business litigation disputes in state, federal, and bankruptcy courts in Florida.

Skills & Education

Here's the path I took:

  • High School

    Forest Hills High School

  • Bachelor's Degree

    Business Administration and Management, General

    Arizona State University

  • Graduate Degree


    University of Miami

Here's the path I recommend for someone who wants to be a Lawyers:

High School

Bachelor's Degree: Business Administration and Management, General

Graduate Degree: Law

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Life & Career Milestones

My path in life took a while to figure out

  • 1.

    I worked in my parents' NYC grocery store until one of the managers told me about law school.

  • 2.

    He started telling me about what lawyers did, which I had no idea prior to that time.

  • 3.

    The more I learned about the law, the more interested I became.

  • 4.

    I first obtained an Associate Degree from a Community College.

  • 5.

    I obtained my Bachelor's degree from Arizona Statue University.

  • 6.

    At ASU, I met many fine young people that further solidified my goal to go to law school.

Defining Moments

How I responded to discouragement


    Messages from Society in general:

    I cannot say that I had noise from the outside. It was really my own internal noise not realizing my potential. I think that is all that was holding me back.

  • How I responded:

    I think my story is inspirational. But I cannot blame outsiders for restricting my earlier potential.

Experiences and challenges that shaped me

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  • I did not know what it meant to be a white collar worker, much less a professional. Both of my parents are immigrants and worked with their hands. That was all I knew growing up.