Christian C. Dorismond
Christian grew up and has spent most of his life in Miami. For undergrad, he attended the University of Florida where he majored in political science. In addition, Christian was a member and the intramural chair of the Pre-Law Honor Society. After UF, Christian was accepted and enrolled at the Wake Forest University School of Law.
At Wake Forest, Christian was a member of the Journal of Business and Intellectual Property Law. The journal published a paper he submitted entitled “One Rule to Stand On: Expanding the Scope of Lexmark v. Static Control to False Association Cases under 15 U.S.C. § 1125(A).” Christian was inducted into the Wake Forest School of Law’s Pro Bono Honor Society during his time in law school. He also interned with the St. Thomas Human Rights Institute and Legal Aid of North Carolina. Christian was admitted to the Florida Bar in 2016.