About The Counselor
Miranda Lundeen Soto began her career as a Morning Show Radio Host on WTID Tide 101.7 FM. After graduating law school, she accepted a position as an Assistant State Attorney at the Miami-Dade County State Attorney’s Office and started off in the Domestic Violence Unit. Miranda prosecuted thousands of criminal cases and spent most of her time as a Specialized Prosecutor and Division Chief in the Juvenile Division, handling a wide array of cases dealing with juvenile mental health issues and juvenile sexual offenders. While employed as Prosecutor, Miranda would conduct rape prevention lectures at local high schools in Miami-Dade County.
Miranda transitioned from prosecution to a civil trial attorney in 2006. Her trial victories have been featured in the local legal Daily Business Review, Law.Com and Verdict Search. She has been a Panelist Speaker for Florida Association for Women Lawyers at the University of Miami. She is a member of the Dade County Bar Association Professionalism Committee and is also Co-Chair of the Law School Subcommittee. Miranda is a member of the Florida Association for Women Lawyers, Florida Bar, a member of Defense Research Institute (DRI), and The National Association of Women and Minority Owned Lawfirms (NAMWOLF). She volunteers at Florida International University on various law student mentoring programs and was recently asked to participate as a Panelist Speaker for a 1L Professionalism and Ethics series. She recently was a panelist speaker at the Empowering Women, Empowering Voices Conference. Miranda has also provided advisory legal opinions to CNN News. In 2010 and 2012, Miranda was named a “Rising Star” in the Super Lawyers Magazine.
In 2011, Miranda was recognized by her peers to be in the top 2% of lawyers practicing in her field as a ”Legal Elite” by Florida Trend and was presented with the “Service above Self” award by the Rotary Club of Miami. Miranda was also a panelist speaker at Michelle Villalobos’ “Risky Business” Women’s Success Summit IV.
In 2012, Miranda’s article “Claims Handling Through a Prosecutor’s Eyes” was published and featured in the Claims & Litigation Management Alliance ‘s national Claims Management Magazine. Professionally, Miranda regularly teaches seminars to Fortune 100 companies on mediation strategies and fraud prevention. She is also a Claims & Litigation Management Alliance Member and certified instructor.
Aside from her professional career, Miranda is a proud mother of two girls. She plays acoustic guitar and enjoys reading, painting, sketching and writing children’s books with her girls. She is an avid University of Alabama football fan and actively participates in various mentoring programs for local law schools.