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Brieonna S. Christopher

Brieonna S. Christopher Brieonna S. Christopher is an Associate Attorney at The Law Offices of David L. Hirschberg, P.A. Brieonna is a graduate of The Florida State University, where she obtained her Bachelor of Science in Political Science and Criminology, with a minor in Political Philosophy (B.S. 2012). Brieonna earned her Juris Doctorate from The Florida State University College of Law (J.D. 2016), and upon graduating she received the Distinguished Pro Bono Service Certificate for her work with Florida Legal Services, Domestic Violence Hotline. While in law school, Brieonna served as Article and Notes editor of the Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law and was a member of Business Review.

Prior to joining the firm, Brieonna clerked for a boutique family law firm concentrating in complex and high-asset family law matters. She also gained valuable experience as a certified legal intern at the Public Interest Law Center Family Law Clinic, where she represented indigent clients in various family law matters.

Brieonna is presently a member of the Florida Bar Family Law Section, actively involved in the Broward County Bar Association Young Lawyers Section, as well as a member of the Palm Beach County Bar Association and South Palm Beach County Bar Association.

A native South Floridian, Brieonna gives her time to the community, including having participated in Miami Dolphins Special Teams, which is a unique volunteer organization created to provide hands-on services to communities and families in need, as well as support community efforts in times of emergency.

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