Saray Noda Ravelo is an associate in the firm’s Business & Commercial Litigation practice group.
Prior to joining Bressler, Saray worked as a Senior Associate at a Law firm in Florida, where she focused her practice on medical malpractice defense, and general civil litigation. Saray has extensive experience handling medical malpractice defense litigation matters at all stages, including pre-suit, pre-trial, trial, and appellate matters. Her prior experience in plaintiff’s work, including medical malpractice and civil litigation, further provides a unique framework for advising clients. Saray also uses her nursing education and passion for medicine in analyzing claims and legal issues.
Saray received her J.D from the American University Washington College of Law, where she was the Executive Team Director for Moot Court Honor Society. She received her B.S in Nursing from William Paterson University.
Saray is fluent in Spanish.
Awards & Accolades
- Polk Association for Women Lawyers - Service Award, 2021
- Recognized on the Florida Super Lawyers "Rising Stars" List, 2021
News & Insights
News & Alerts
- Firm News, 02.08.2022
Articles & Publications
- Publication, Law360 Pulse, 02.08.2022
Associations & Organizations
- Hillsborough County Bar Association
- Hillsborough Association for Women Lawyers
- YLD Committee – 2020 to present
- Florida Association for Women Lawyers
- Polk Association for Women Lawyers
- YLD Liaison- 2017 to present
- Tampa Hispanic Bar Association
- 10th Judicial Circuit Young Lawyers Section
- President, 2016-2017
- Florida Bar Annual Convention Committee, 2019-2020
Get to Know Saray
Get to Know Saray
Saray enjoys remaining very involved on several boards and committees, and brings her passion for strategic planning and organization to the table. Most recently, her planning efforts were recognized on a state level by the Florida Association for Women Lawyers in 2020, for the Polk Association for Women Lawyer’s Holiday Parade benefitting a local shelter. Saray also enjoys traveling, cooking, and spending time with her husband, Joe, and son, Henry. She has fully embraced being a Florida transplant, and cheers for the Seminoles.