Jacqueline Vazquez-Aldana is an associate in the firm’s Fort Lauderdale East office. Ms. Vazquez-Aldana earned her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Sociology at Florida Atlantic University. Thereafter, she attended St. Thomas University where she obtained her J.D., graduating in the top 10%.
During her time at St. Thomas University she acted as president for “Lambda Law”, was a member of the Intercultural Human Rights Law Review, and a member of the Immigration Law Students Associates. Throughout her time at St. Thomas University, Ms. Vazquez-Aldana made several appearances on Dean’s List and was honored for her academic achievements in Constitutional Law, and First Amendment by receiving CALI Excellence for the Future Awards. Prior to graduating Ms. Vazquez-Aldana was presented with a Pro Bono commendation award for completion of over 200 pro bono hours.
Prior to joining CSK, Ms. Vazquez-Aldana interned at the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit with the Honorable Judge Jordan, as well as participated in the Karnes Pro Bono project where she was able to provide assistance to immigrants seeking asylum at the U.S. boarder.
Ms. Vazquez-Aldana was born and raised in Miami, Florida and is licensed to practice in the State of Florida.