Olga M. Torres joined the firm as an associate attorney in 2017. At Oppenheim Law, Ms. Torres practices in the areas of real estate transactions, foreclosure defense, corporate transactions, and civil litigation.

Ms. Torres graduated magna cum laude from Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad College of Law in 2017, where she was Research Assistant to Professor Fran Tetunic, participated in the Dispute Resolution Clinic, and received the Pro-Bono Honor Program’s Gold Level Award for contributing over 400 hours of legal work to the community. While on the Dean’s List, Ms. Torres also earned five book awards for excellence in academics.

During her time at NSU, she completed internships at the Office of the State Attorney, 17th Judicial Circuit, Economic Crime Unit, focusing primarily on White Collar Crimes, two other South Florida based real estate and business law firms, and at the NSU Public Interest Program: NSU Mediation. She was also a member of numerous school organizations, including the Cuban American Bar Association, where she served as Secretary, Phi Alpha Delta, Law Fraternity, the Real Property, Probate, and Trust Law Society, and the Intellectual Property Law Society.

Ms. Torres earned her Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, with a specialized track in Social & Political Philosophy, from Florida International University. While in the program, she wrote an Epistemological research paper which was chosen for presentation by the Review Committee for the Greater Philadelphia Philosophy Consortium Undergraduate Conference. During her undergraduate career, Ms. Torres served as Vice-President to the number one Pre-Law Chapter of Phi Alpha Delta in the nation. She also earned a Certificate in Women and Gender Studies.

Born in Cienfuegos, Cuba and raised in Neptune City, New Jersey, Ms. Torres enjoys interacting with the melting pot of clients that frequent Oppenheim Law. Ms. Torres is fluent in Spanish.

Ms. Torres is also a Florida Supreme Court Qualified Arbitrator and a Florida Supreme Court Certified County Court Mediator.


  • Florida Bar, 2017


  • Florida International University, B.A. in Social and Political Philosophy, Certificate in Women and Gender Studies, 2014
  • Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad Law Center, J.D., 2017, magna cum laude