Christine Vazquez is an associate attorney at Katz & Phillips, P.A. In fact before becoming an attorney she worked at Katz & Phillips, P.A. as a paralegal in the criminal law section involved in all manner of criminal and self-defense cases. She has advanced training in Human Performance & the Use of Force, Assessing Imminent Threats, and Evaluating the Use of Force Decision Making as well as training in blood spatter crime scene evidence, proper crime scene procedures and DNA identification. Ms. Vazquez is also a zealous advocate of immigrant rights which may be compromised by the criminal justice system.
Her diverse cultural background and skills as a bilingual attorney provide her the opportunity to relate to and communicate with diverse clientele. In addition, Ms. Vazquez has assisted U.S. LawShield members with firearm and self-defense related issues for the past several years. Ms. Vazquez is a graduate of Barry University School of Law where she served as the President of the Hispanic American Law Student Association and Vice President of the Immigration Law Society. In her spare time she enjoys Sasquatch hunting, lobstering, and kayaking.