Francisco G. Arrieta, Esq. is a versatile multicultural attorney at the Law Offices of Schiller, Kessler & Gomez, who takes exceptional pride in his work. Being born in Maracaibo, Venezuela, he is fluent in Spanish. Speaking English, as well as Italian, further enriches Francisco’s already diverse perspective. He received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Government from the University of Texas at Austin, and went on to earn his Juris Doctor from Loyola University’s School of Law in New Orleans, during which time he co-authored a chapter for the book “Katrina’s Involuntary Heroes” – analyzing the legal issues arising from the tragic Danziger Bridge shootings that occurred in the storm’s aftermath. Francisco began his legal career gaining international experience while employed by a prominent firm in Florence, Italy and then spent some time at the Public Defender’s office near New Orleans before moving to South Florida. Having gained experience in the areas of public defense and entertainment law, he now dedicates his undivided attention to the practice of Personal Injury. Francisco forms part of Schiller, Kessler & Gomez’ experienced litigation department, where he serves as an effective advocate for our clients both in and out of court.
- University of Texas at Austin, B.A.
- Loyola University’s School of Law in New Orleans, J.D.