Christina
Soberon-Llort

Attorney at Law
- Of Counsel

Ms. Christina Soberon-Llort concentrates her practice in the areas of Criminal Law and Family Law. Ms. Soberon-Llort honed her skills as a litigator and researcher working as a summer associate in the Orlando office for the prestigious law firm of Broad & Cassel in the Bankruptcy and Commercial Litigation practice groups. Subsequently, her passion for criminal defense led her to serve at the Public Defender’s Office of the Ninth Judicial Circuit in Orange County for over three years. While there, she defended her clients with zeal and compassion, and garnered a reputation for being an effective and caring advocate for her clients. In 2010, Ms. Soberon-Llort left the Public Defender’s Office to enter private practice. Having represented clients in over 40 trials from simple misdemeanor petit theft to serious aggravated felonies, Ms. Soberon-Llort has extensive litigation experience. She uses this expertise to provide clients knowledgeable counsel and representation.

back

 

EDUCATION

Bachelors, Duke University

Juris Doctor, Emory University School of Law

Professional and Community Affiliations

Cuban American Bar Association

Hispanic Young Professionals and Entrepreneurs

The Florida Bar

Orange County Bar Association

Seminole County Young Lawyers Association

Central Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.

PERSONAL IMMIGRATION CONNECTION

Mother is an immigrant from Cuba and father is an immigrant from Mexico.

LANGUAGES

Fluent in Spanish and English

 

© 2014 SilzerLaw Chartered. All rights reserved | Website Proudly designed by Webcom IT Solutions

The information on this website is for general information purposes only.Nothing on this or associated pages, documents, comments, answers, emails, or other communications should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation. This information on this website is not intended to create, and receipt or viewing of this information does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship.