Brody Max Shulman is a partner at Perera Alemán, native of South Florida, and avid Miami Hurricanes fan. Since graduating from law school, Brody’s focus revolves around labor and employment legal issues for both individuals and businesses at the local, state, and federal levels. Brody’s vast experience and enthusiasm to obtain client goals reflect the spirit of Perera Alemán.
After graduating high school, Brody attended the University of Miami where he obtained a bachelor’s degree as a double major in Political Science and Psychology. During his time at the University of Miami, Brody received several academic honors, such as his selection to the Provost’s Honor Roll and Dean’s List, and induction into the Alpha Lamda Delta Honor Society. During his undergraduate tenure, Brody developed a desire to become an attorney. He achieved the first step towards this dream when he was accepted to the University of Miami School of Law.
While attending the University of Miami School of Law, Brody heavily involved himself both in and outside of the school walls. On-campus, Brody assisted new students as an ambassador, helped guide student-orientated legal development programs as an Executive Board member of Phi Alpha Delta, and was appointed Chief Justice of the University of Miami School of Law’s Student Bar Association Supreme Court. In the community, Brody participated as a Volunteer Income Tax Advisor and a H.O.P.E. member (a pro bono program aimed at helping disadvantaged individuals with legal issues).
In addition to his academic and community pursuits, Brody was honored to work and learn under the tutelage of the Honorable Judge Jacqueline Hogan-Scola of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida and the Honorable Judge Angel Cortiñas of the Third District Court of Appeals. Envisioning himself in the courtroom, Brody worked as a Certified Legal Intern for the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office where he gained valuable experience participating as a lead in bench trials and preliminary hearings.
Upon graduating from the University of Miami School of Law and passing the Florida Bar, Brody joined a local labor and employment firm and headed a high-demand department and served as lead counsel on numerous labor and employment cases pending in state court, federal court, before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and in arbitration.
Brody’s experience in representing both individuals and businesses gives him unique insight into the myriad of today’s legal issues. As a prime resource in employment matters, Brody combines his experience, deep subject matter knowledge, and creative problem-solving to achieve successful results on behalf of his clients.