Carmen Weite is licensed to practice law in all state and federal courts in Alabama and Florida. She represents a wide array of corporate, professional, and individual interests primarily in civil and commercial litigation arising out of business disputes, employment related matters, environmental law, insurance coverage, personal injury, product liability, and wrongful death.
Carmen attended Cumberland School of Law at Samford University, where she graduated in the top six percent of her class. During her third year of law school, Carmen simultaneously served as Chief Judge of the Trial Advocacy Board, Copy Editor for the Cumberland Law Review, Teaching Assistant for Basic Skills in Trial Advocacy, and an Honor Court Justice.
As a two-year member of Cumberland’s National Trial Team, Carmen competed in six national trial advocacy competitions and won every round in which she advocated. In June 2017, Carmen won the Award for Best Use of Courtroom Technology at the Top Gun National Mock Trial Competition in Waco, Texas. In November 2017, Carmen was one of four team members to win first place at the Florida National Trial Advocacy Tournament in Gainesville, Florida, where Carmen also earned individual recognition as the competition’s Best Advocate.
Before attending law school, Carmen received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a major in Finance from the University of Florida.