Joy. Charylle’s ability to realize how great things are even in the midst of circumstances is the essence that she brings to her everyday work ethic.

Charylle has 16 years of paralegal experience currently working in real estate and transactions, previously working in criminal defense, insurance defense and medical malpractice. She is always ready for a challenge and always with a smile. Her joy and compassion for people shows in her non-profit work that she does in Kenya working with 7 tribes in her free time. She is semi-fluent in Greek and Spanish, and enjoys learning new things. She once owned and operated 4 Greek restaurants and still makes a mean Baklava. Charylle is a mom of 4, Arizona native, who loves reading, Zumba, and hiking Mt. Elden in her hometown Flagstaff, AZ.


Moon Valley High School – Graduated with honors (2001)

Long Technical College (ABA approved) – AA in Paralegal Studies – GPA 3.97 (2005)

Professional/Community Involvement:

Church and outreach

Non-profit in Africa

Before Weiss Brown:

Lake & Cobb (landlord/tenant, real estate, transactional)

The Ledbetter Law Firm, PLC (insurance defense, medical malpractice

Barrow & Barrow (tribal work, federal criminal defense)

Davis Miles McGuire Gardner, PLLC (bankruptcy, civil litigation)

Law Offices of David Michael Cantor (criminal defense)

Maasen & Associates (criminal defense)

U.S. Attorney’s Office (criminal prosecution)

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