Cristina Ceron is a Staff Attorney at Charlotte Center for Legal Advocacy working in the Immigrant Justice Program. She serves immigrants and domestic abuse survivors/victims.
Before joining Charlotte Center for Legal Advocacy in May of 2022, Ceron was a Bilingual Staff Attorney for The Safe Center LI where she represented clients with matrimonial, immigration, and family law matters. Cristina graduated from University of North Carolina at Charlotte in 2010 with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and psychology and minors in gender studies. She moved to New York to pursue law school at Maurice A Dean School of Law (Hofstra University School of Law ) and graduated in 2015.
In her free time, Cristina enjoys spending time with family and fur babies. Cristina loves working for the Charlotte Center for Legal Advocacy: “I care about the populations that CCLA serves and the impact CCLA has on the community. I want to be part of a place that creates change and fights for those who need the help”.