Josefine Blick, a native of Sweden, is an associate in Wicker Smith’s Miami office where she focuses her practice primarily on civil litigation matters.
In 2013, Mrs. Blick graduated from Averett University with a double major in Criminal Justice and Sociology, along with a minor in Psychology. She continued her studies and earned her Juris Doctorate from Florida International University College of Law in 2018, graduating magna cum laude. While in law school, Mrs. Blick served as an active member of the FIU Trial Team where she won the Honorable E. Earle Zehmer Memorial Mock Trial Competition and was awarded “Outstanding Contribution to the Trial Team Award” and “Outstanding Advocate Award”. She was also President of the FIU Women’s Law Society, a student chapter of FAWL. Prior to joining Wicker Smith in 2018, Mrs. Blick served as an intern for Honorable Rodolfo “Rudy” Ruiz in Summer 2016 and as a Certified Legal Intern at Miami-Dade’s public defender’s office in Fall 2017. She also participated in FIU’s Immigration and Human Rights Clinic, representing adults and minors in various immigration proceedings. Mrs. Blick’s volunteer work also included the Miami New Americans Campaign Citizenship Clinic and serving as a Community Law Teacher at the Miami-Dade Department of Juvenile Justice.
Mrs. Blick is admitted to practice in the State of Florida and is an active member of The Florida Bar. She is fluent in Swedish and enjoys sports, exercising and interior design when not practicing law.