Shakeyla Flores is an Associate attorney at Bercow Radell Fernandez Larkin & Tapanes focusing on land use and zoning matters.

Prior to law school, Shakeyla attended Franklin and Marshall College as a Posse Scholar and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy. In 2021, she earned her Juris Doctor from Florida International University (FIU) College of Law.

At FIU Law, Shakeyla co-founded and served as President of FIU Law’s Marijuana Law Education Society (MLES), and served as Vice President of Coaching on FIU Law’s Negotiation and Mediation Team. She was a member of FIU Law Review, a Student Ambassador, and the American Bar Association (ABA)  Representative on the FIU Student Bar Association (SBA). During her final year of law school, she proudly served FIU Professor of Law Janewa Osei-Tutu as a Research and Teaching Assistant. Shakeyla was honored with the Medal of Distinction in Pro Bono Service for completing at least 130 hours of pro bono.

Before joining the firm as an Associate, Shakeyla had the privilege to work as a judicial intern for the Honorable Chris M. McAliley of the United States District Court, Southern District of Florida.

Practice Specialties

  • Land Use and Zoning




  • J.D., Florida International University College of Law, cum laude, 2021
  • B.A., Philosophy, Franklin and Marshall College, 2018


  • American Bar Association
  • International Cannabis Bar Association

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