Carmen Weite graduated from the University of Florida in May 2015, receiving a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance. Other than serving as a Copy Editor for the Cumberland Law Review, Carmen is actively involved with Cumberland’s Trial Advocacy Program. She is currently Chief Judge of the Trial Advocacy Board, a teaching assistant for the Basic Skills in Trial Advocacy courts, as well as an advocate on the National Trial Team. Carmen has represented Cumberland in numerous mock trial competitions across the country and received the Award for Best Use of Courtroom Technology at the Top Gun national Mock Trial Competition in June 2017.
In addition, Carmen is a pupil in the Judge James Edwin Inn of Court, a 3L justice for the Honor Court, an ambassador for the Admission Office, and a member of the Career Development Advisory Board. During her time in law school, Carmen has worked as a law clerk at several civil litigation law firms as well as served as a research assistant to Dr. Woodrow Hartzog and Professor Andrea Shaw. Carmen is a licensed Private Pilot and enjoys flying in her free time, as well as running and playing golf.