Ms. Odiot’s practice focuses on environmental class actions and mass tort litigations. She has played an integral role in several environmental litigations representing individuals and municipalities affected as a result of Per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in New York, Massachusetts, Wisconsin, and New Hampshire. Ms. Odiot also represents communities injured by lead exposure in Florida and Indiana.
Coral graduated cum laude from the Interamerican University School of Law where she also was Editor in Chief of the school’s Law Review. She began her career clerking for the Hon. Anabelle Rodríguez Rodríguez, Associate Justice for the Puerto Rico Supreme Court (2012). After clerking for the Supreme Court, she worked as a legal advisor for the Civil Rights, Democratic Participation and Social Economy Committee of the Senate of Puerto Rico.
Thereafter, Coral became legal advisor for the Independent Consumer Protection Office (“ICPO”) representing the Puerto Rico energy consumer in matters before the Puerto Rico Energy Commission and Puerto Rico courts. As a legal advisor for the ICPO, Coral became knowledgeable in matters of Energy and Environmental Law and was given a scholarship by the National Conference of Regulatory Attorneys for a Georgetown Law Course about Regulating Public Utility Performance.
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Consultant. Provided assistance and guidance for a Nutrition Assistance Program investigation titled “Examination of Cash Nutrition Assistance Program Benefits in Puerto Rico”.