Mary Colina-Fowler, Esq.
Ms. Colina-Fowler is an attorney with our firm who practices in the area of personal injury litigation. She is involved in these cases from the investigation and information gathering stages all the way through settlement negotiations; pre-suit strategy, case filing, and trial. Ms. Colina-Fowler was born and raised in Cuba where she studied Education. She moved to New Brunswick, Canada in 1997. There she received a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a double major in HR Management and Marketing from the University of New Brunswick in 2008. That same year she moved to Naples with her husband and two children. She continued her studies at Ave Maria School of Law where she earned a Juris Doctor cum laude in 2015. While in law school, Ms. Colina-Fowler interned with Guardian ad Litem Attorneys, the State Attorney’s Office, and was a Certified Legal Intern with the State Attorney’s Office. She worked for two years with her law school as a tutor with the Research, Writing and Advocacy Department. She also volunteered with the school’s Immigration and Human Trafficking Clinics, and was a member of the Ave Maria School of Law’s Moot Court Board where she served as editor of the Moot Court Board’s publication “The Gavel.” Prior to deciding to attend law school Ms. Colina-Fowler was a Mathematics teacher at Gulf view Middle School in Naples, Florida. In her spare time, she is an avid reader and a supporter of animal rescue efforts, enjoys running, working out, and going to the beach.