Michael Román Cardona


MICHAEL ROMÁN-CARDONA, born in Arecibo, Puerto Rico, July 17, 1985; admitted to Bar, August 2019, Puerto Rico.

Education:  University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez Campus, B.A. in Psychology, 2011. Interamerican University, School of Law, J.D. Magna Cum Laude, 2018. Universitat de Girona, Facultad de Dret, LL.M. (also accredited by Univeristà di Genova and Universidad Austral de Chile), 2018.

Mr. Román-Cardona joined CCS in February 2021 as an associate attorney and is a member of its Litigation Department. While in law School, Mr. Román-Cardona served as Director of the Critical Legal Studies Law Review, and worked as a law clerk to the Honorable Judge Ángel Pagán Ocasio at the Extraordinary Remedies Courtroom in the Court of First Instance. He also worked as an intern at Jimenez, Graffam & Lausell and at Pizarro & González. Prior to joining CCS, Mr. Román-Cardona was a solo practitioner and an associate in Rivera-Aspinall, Garriga & Fernandini, PSC, where he provided legal counsel and represented various non-profit and for-profit corporations, governmental agencies, and private clients, including the Puerto Rico Department of Housing, 16 Points Holdings, LLC, Caribbean Custom Cellars, BMF Inc., JLL Distributors, MRA Accounting, among others. He is primarily engaged in the areas of commercial litigation, corporate law, real estate law and notarial practice, labor and employment counseling, intellectual property, and foreclosure and collection suits.

Practice Areas

  • Litigation
  • Real Estate
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Civil Law
  • Corporate Law


  • Puerto Rico Bar Association
  • American Bar Association


  • English
  • Spanish