Christopher Diaz was in his high school debate class when the first plane struck the World Trade Center. He vividly remembers seeing the footage on television in class, seeing the people around him in panic and fear, and feeling an intense helplessness. This event cemented a long-held desire to help others.

As a result, Christopher enlisted in the Army Reserves. In between active duty assignments, including a deployment to Afghanistan, he pursued a college education. As he worked towards his Juris Doctor from the University of Florida, Levin College of Law, he found a passion for litigation.

He participated in an internship with the State Attorney’s Office in Ocala, Florida, and found a passion for criminal law. He pursued that passion and became a prosecutor for Broward County’s State Attorney’s Office. The experience proved invaluable, humbling, and reflective.

Christopher left the world of criminal law to join the private sector as a litigator. His passion for civil and personal rights led him to the world of employment law. He works diligently in the pursuit of justice while helping employees whose personal and professional rights have been violated.

Outside of the office, Christopher loves to cook. He can be found scouring the internet for new recipes and sometimes getting them right. And while it has been tough as of late, he is a lifelong Dolphins fan. Just recently, he has picked up creating digital art, finding it surprisingly relaxing.


State Court(s): Florida

Federal District Court(s): Southern District of Florida


College: Miami-Dade Community College, Miami, FL, Associate of Art, Philosophy
Florida International University, Miami, Florida, Bachelor of Arts, Political Science, cum laude

Law School: University of Florida, Levin College of Law, Gainesville, FL, Juris Doctor


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