CHRISTIAN R. ROJAS
Assistant: Carla Vaca
Christian Rojas is an associate in AVILA’s Banking and Financial Services practice, where he works closely with firm clients to help them achieve their business goals.
Mr. Rojas counsels businesses of all sizes, from closely held entities to large multinational corporations, through complex business regulations. He often reviews and negotiates licensing agreements, master service and master supply agreements, and vendor agreements for a variety of businesses.
Prior to joining AVILA, Mr. Rojas gained significant experience working with technology clients and learned the intricacies of agreements for the purpose of software development, hardware development, and manufacturing services. He also performed extensive research of privacy laws and helped draft privacy policies according to CCPA regulations. He also assisted in the drafting and review of company policies and procedures for various corporate clients.
Mr. Rojas also had the opportunity to assist staff attorneys with complex projects regarding securities law disgorgement during his internship at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in Washington, DC. Shortly after this internship, he worked as an assistant state attorney for the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office.
Christian earned a Bachelor of Science in mass communication, cum laude, and minor in criminal justice, from Florida International University. He went on to complete a Juris Doctorate from American University Washington College of Law. While in law school, he was a senior staff member of the American University Business Law Review, and earned the Highest Grade Designation for Criminal Procedure.
He is licensed to practice law in the State of Florida and the State of Virginia. He speaks English and Spanish with native fluency.
Florida International University, B.S. Mass Communications, cum laude (2016)
American University, J.D. (2019)
Hispanic Bar Association of the District of Columbia, Student Division
State of Florida 2019
State of Virginia (Corporate Counsel) 2021