Christine Pagan is the designated litigation paralegal who assists Adam Rabinowitz with all phases of civil litigation from inception through trial. She assists with document examination and management, drafting pleadings, and trial preparation. She prides herself on client service and satisfaction. From attorneys to clients, Christine loves making people happy. She has a sympathetic ear and is a great listener, which builds trust and loyalty between herself and clients. Christine has created a reputation for being authentic, credible, and consistent.
Since entering the legal field in 2005, Christine gained experience in both the public and private sectors. Prior to joining Moore Rabinowitz Law, Christine worked in construction litigation matters for more than four years. She has earned degrees from the University of Miami, Keiser University, and Miami-Dade College.
Christine is a lover of world languages. In addition to English, she is fluent in Spanish, conversational French and Japanese, and is learning Korean and Chinese. Upon retirement, she hopes to move overseas to write poems and short stories to teach English to young adults. Christine enjoys traveling, reading, cooking, going to Disney, looking for fashion inspiration, and watching Japanese and Korean drama. She also enjoys being with her husband and dogs.
University of Miami
- Coral Gables, FL
- Bachelor in Political Science and Government, Women’s Studies, and Theology
- Associates Legal Assistant/Paralegal
- State of Florida Notary Public