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Mrs. Kristen Corpion Esq.

Mrs. Kristen Corpion Esq.

Award winning business attorney Mrs. Kristen A. Corpion, Esq. has represented hundreds of businesses in her 7 years of legal practice, owns two companies herself, and has earned numerous distinctions, such as being named one of South Florida’s Outstanding 40 Lawyers Under 40 by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Rookie of the Year by the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce, and earning the Rising Star distinction, a recognition given to less than 3% of lawyers, by Florida Super Lawyers. Just this year, Kristen was installed as President of the Dade County Bar Association's Young Lawyers Section, which is the largest voluntary association of lawyers in South Florida. Kristen also dedicates her time to mentoring students. She has taught both law and business at the undergraduate and graduate levels as an adjunct professor at Florida International University. She is also the Founder and brains behind an innovative community-based initiative, Sidebar. Sidebar brings together lawyers and other legal professionals to collaborate and drive changes in the legal industry.

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Legal advocate. Law school professor. And community leader. Mrs. Kristen A. Corpion, Esq. is the face of the modern lawyer. After graduating from Berkeley Law School and kickstarting her career at elite international law firm Greenberg Traurig—representing large companies — Kristen has since launched her own innovative law firm, CORPlaw. CORPlaw helps modern entrepreneurs grow and protect their business. CORPlaw specializes in working with locally owned small business owners: www.corplaw.us | 1 (833) 545-7526. Kristen is passionate about transforming the legal profession, the perception the community has of lawyers, and using the law as a tool to help her local community grow. As the proud daughter of a single-mom who ran her own business, Kristen has a special respect and appreciation for working with and supporting fellow female and minority-owned businesses.