Attorney Monica Fish has a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and a Minor in Peace Studies from the University of Xavier, a Master of Arts in International Human Rights from the University of Denver, and a Juris Doctor from Florida A&M University College of Law. She worked in the educational and the social work fields prior to getting her law degree.
She is passionate about helping others, having served in a multitude of volunteer positions, including the Peace Corps, and loves solving problems and resolving issues for people. She has volunteered at her local legal aid assisting in Immigration law, served as a certified legal intern doing family law, and has interned at the Office of the Ninth Judicial Circuit Public Defender’s office.
Additionally, she assisted an indigenous rights group in Arizona write a Federal Title VI Civil Rights complaint, as well as, several communications to the United Nations and has provided research for the International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee. She is a member of the Florida Bar Association, as well as, the Animal Legal Defense Fund and actively volunteers at her local domestic animal shelter.
At Musca Law, Attorney Monica Fish manages the Traffic and Expungement departments, provides traffic ticket representation in Collier County, and serves as one of the firm’s criminal defense attorneys.