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Mary Olszewska is a trial lawyer at Weil Quaranta, P.A., focusing on commercial litigation, employment law, and sexual abuse victims’ rights advocacy. Prior to working at Weil Quaranta’s office in Los Angeles, Mary worked at our Miami office where she began her trial career in a high profile suit against Patrick Riley, president and general manager of the Miami Heat. Her trial record also includes a $12.5 million jury verdict in a single plaintiff sexual abuse case.
Mary’s passion is justice and her dedication to victims’ rights advocacy has been recognized in both Miami and Los Angeles. Her honors and awards include: Business Leader Magazine’s South Florida Women Extraordinaire and Super Lawyer’s Southern California’s Rising Star.
As a student at Florida International University, College of Law (J.D. 2009 cum laude), Mary received the Excellence for the Future Award in Constitutional Law and worked as a graduate assistant to Dr. Stanley Fish, a prolific literary scholar, op-ed columnist for the New York Times, and a Davidson-Kahn Distinguished Professor of Law and Humanities.
Mary is licensed to practice in Florida, California, and Minnesota. She is a member of the American Association for Justice — the world’s largest trial bar promoting a fair and effective justice system — and Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles which empowers Plaintiff attorneys to achieve justice.
In her free time, Mary mentors a high school student (although she says her student is the true mentor) through the I Have a Dream Foundation, an organization supporting children and youth in under-resourced communities to help achieve their full potential by promoting the values of higher education and career success. Outside of the law, she reads cookbooks like novels, listens to NPR and podcasts, spoils her pets, and debates just about everything with her husband.