I spent my first year after graduating from high school obtaining my aircraft... more
I spent my first year after graduating from high school obtaining my aircraft mechanic's license as well as working on obtaining my pilot's license before enrolling in college. I obtained my undergraduate degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Florida in 1976 and my law degree from Nova Southeastern University Law Center in 1979. After graduating from law school I worked for the Ni... view profile
Christina Buchan is a Florida native. Christina received her Bachelor’s of Arts from... more
Christina Buchan is a Florida native. Christina received her Bachelor’s of Arts from Rollins College in 2006, and her Juris Doctorate Degree at Florida A&M University College of Law in 2009. While in law school, Christina was a member of the Florida A&M University Mock Trial Team. Upon her completion of obtaining her Doctorate Degree at Florida A&M University College of Law, Christina was admit... view profile
Paige is an Associate Attorney at NeJame Law, P.A. in Orlando, Florida where she... more
Paige is an Associate Attorney at NeJame Law, P.A. in Orlando, Florida where she practices Real Estate Law. Prior to joining NeJame Law, Paige practiced family law at the Law Offices of J. Bernard Chery, P.A. also in Orlando. While she is currently practicing Real Estate Law, Paige has significant experience in the areas of family law, criminal defense, personal injury and immigration. Paige is... view profile
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