Zee Tran

Minhdy ďZeeĒ Tran is a law clerk in the firmís Litigation, Corporate, Employment, and Intellectual Property groups.  Zee received her law degree from Stetson University College of Law, graduating in the top third of her class.  Ms. Tran is admitted to practice in Florida and plans to sit for the South Carolina bar in July 2014.

During and shortly after law school, Zee was an active officer in a variety of law student organizations including President of the Asian American Law Student Association, President of Amnesty International USA Ė Stetson Chapter, and Treasurer of the Intellectual Law Student Society.  She is a member of Phi Delta Phi law honor society and the Cardozo Inn of Court. 

Zee has since clerked for a general magistrate of the Delaware state court, two family law solo practitioners, and the Florida Department of Children and Families.  She also practiced in Tallahassee before the Second Circuit Court of Leon County. During her time in Tallahassee, she was an active Board Member of the Tallahassee Bar Associationís Legal Aid Foundation.

Ms. Tran holds a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and International Relations/Global Affairs with minors in Economics and Russian Studies from Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, Florida. During college, she was a physics researcher programming models for Hall thrusters and plasma thrusters under a NASA grant. After college, she worked as a victimís advocate for non-English speakers for several years with the Florida Center for Survivors of Torture. In this position, she worked closely with Gulfcoast Legal Services, Inc. to help immigrants seek asylum, refuge, U-Visas, or T-Visas in the United States. 

Zee is fluent in Vietnamese.  She and her husband live in the Upstate.