“What I like best about my job is making a difference for my clients who are often in difficult situations.”
Desiree Sanchez established Sanchez Law Group in 2005. She currently practices in both Florida and New York, representing a wide range of clients in various fields of the law. Mrs. Sanchez was raised in New York City, Long Island, and Orlando. This diverse upbringing provided her with a wealth of influences that shaped her world view.
After receiving an undergraduate degree from Hunter College, City University of New York, Mrs. Sanchez worked as an educator in the New York City Public School System. She credits this and the students she taught with inspiring her to enter the field of law. She employs that inspiration while passionately representing clients in the courtroom and all phases of litigation. Prior to starting the firm, Mrs. Sanchez was the Director of Academic Success at Florida A&M University College of Law. She also served as legal counsel for the 53rd District of the New York State Assembly in Brooklyn, New York.
During law school, Mrs. Sanchez gained an array of experience while completing several internships and externships which included Court Appointed Special Advocates- New York State Unified Court System, Cutler and Sedlmayr LLP, Rawkus Entertainment, Spivak, Lipton, Watanabe, Spivak & Moss, the Brooklyn Legal Aid Society, and the Office of the State Attorney for the Ninth Judicial District- Florida.
Each case is managed by a professional attorney of the firm. Our lawyers are also highly qualified; a significant advantage when contesting issues linked to our practice areas.
- Real Estate And Contract Law
- Personal Injury
Northeastern University School of Law, JD, 2002
Hunter College, City University of New York, BA, 1996
- State of Florida
- State of New York
- The United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida
Mrs. Sanchez has a long-standing commitment to the community and public service having served on the boards of the Howard Phillips Center for Children and Families, The Salvation Army, the City of Orlando Parramore Task Force and the Board of Zoning Adjustments. Most importantly, Mrs. Sanchez enjoys quiet time at the beach with her family and watching her two sons play basketball.