Interns during their time at Green Family Law


Anna Maria Davis

Anna Maria Davis is currently enrolled at the University of Miami as an undergraduate student pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and minoring in Criminology. Anna Maria has participated in many clubs during her time at University of Miami. She holds executive board positions for the University of Miami Women’s club lacrosse team, Art of Healing Club that donates hand-written cards for children in the Niklaus Hospital and Ronald McDonald House, and for the Alpha Delta Pi Sorority. Once she graduates, she plans on studying for the LSAT and acquiring a J.D. degree. Anna Maria has always had a passion for learning about politics and law since she was young and plans on exploring different types of law during her college career. Though, she has had a passion to learn about family law due to her experiences working with children in the past and present. She wants to pursue law because she believes that it is an important practice of life that ensures the well-being of others by dedicating to serve justice and equality to each person.


Taylor Bornstein

Taylor Bornstein is an undergraduate student at the University of Florida pursuing a dual degree in Political Science and Philosophy. Taylor’s resolute interest in the legal field first began at an early age when he saw how local political action made change in his hometown, observing a grassroots effort to replace the longest-serving mayor in America at the time. Throughout his time at the University of Florida, Taylor has enmeshed himself in the campus community, holding positions in the Judicial Branch of the UF Student Government, Thrive IFC which promotes mental health and wellbeing on campus, and in his fraternity. After graduating with his bachelor’s degree in 2024, he plans on seeking a J.D. degree. Taylor is drawn to the practice of law because of the versatility a legal education provides, and the opportunities for positive change that come with a career in law. Taylor’s interest in family law stems from how crucial the attorney-client relationship is in the field; because of this, Green Family Law was an ideal environment for Taylor to grow in. The collegial and welcoming culture at Green Family Law has decisively furthered his professional development.


Emma Schrago

Emma Schrago is an undergraduate student at the University of Florida pursuing a dual degree in Psychology and Criminology. Throughout college, Emma has held board positions in MentorGNV and Psychology Club/Psi Chi. She served as a teaching assistant for Psychology and Law, during which she was responsible for teaching students how to compose case briefs and grading briefs on a weekly basis. After graduating with her bachelor’s degree in 2022, she plans on seeking a J.D. degree.

She is drawn to the practice of law because she wants to dedicate her career to helping others, especially children and families. Emma’s interest in family law stems from her desire to ensure that children are protected throughout family disputes. Her rewarding experiences as an intake volunteer at a nonprofit legal organization and as a legal intern at Green Family Law have developed her passion for helping families through their most difficult times. 


Madeline Stelmashenko

Madeline Stelmashenko is an undergraduate student at Florida State University pursuing a dual degree in Political Science and International Affairs. Madeline’s interest in law began in the Boone High School Law Magnet program and has been nurtured by Green Family Law ever since. After graduating with her bachelor’s degree in 2023, she plans to pursue a J.D. degree.

Madeline enjoys being involved in campus leadership and currently serves as Chapter President of her sorority Kappa Delta and VP Programming of Order of Omega Honor Society. Off campus, Madeline is passionate about helping children and families and enjoys working with local nonprofit organizations such as Children’s Home Society and Prevent Child Abuse America. The supportive and encouraging environment of Green Family Law has contributed to this lifelong passion for serving children and families through challenging situations and difficult times. 


Tyler Macon

Tyler Macon is a rising second-year law student at the University of Florida Levin College of Law. She received her B.B.A in Finance at Texas Southern University, but always knew her future was in the legal field. For as long as she can remember, Tyler has aspired to be a helping hand to others and eventually decided she could fulfill her life’s purpose through a career in law. After finishing her first year of law school, Tyler grappled with the area of law she desired to practice: civil litigation (to help a generalized area of people) or family law (to hone her skills in one area). Her time interning with Green Family Law brought a lot of clarity to her decision as it made her passion for helping people, specifically parents and their children, through familial obstacles burn much brighter. After graduating with her Juris Doctor, Tyler plans on practicing family law, though she may dabble in other areas, with the hopes of opening her own law firm in the future. 


Gabrielle Bornstein

Gabby Bornstein is a rising 2L at West Virginia University's College of Law. She earned her bachelor's degree from the University of Central Florida in 2019. Before law school, Gabby volunteered as a Child Advocate with Seminole County's Guardian ad Litem program which sparked her interest in Family Law. Her time as a legal intern at Green Family Law solidified her interest and passion for helping families, particularly children, during their greatest hardships. After graduating with her J.D. degree, Gabby plans on returning to Florida to take the bar and practice Family Law.