Christine Breen is a Paralegal in GGM’s Florida Office. Christine has years of experience in personal injury matters, working as a both a Case Manager and Paralegal. Christine has also worked on a variety of commercial litigation matters and supports GGM attorneys in the Class Action Practice Group and the Commercial Litigation Practice Group.
Christine earned a dual degree from the University of Florida, getting both a B.A.in Criminology and B.S. in Psychology, with High Honors in both. During college, Christine volunteered at the Alachua Halfway House for Girls and worked with at-risk youth. While starting a family, she earned an Associate’s Degree in Paralegal Studies from Palm Beach State College, magna cum laude. Christine worked closely with the director of the Paralegal Studies Program to start the LEX, Paralegal Honor Society charter to the college. She also interned at the Office of State Attorney for Palm Beach County, assisting the White-Collar Crime division, and was presented with a Distinguished Service Award for her efforts in fraud investigations.
Christine is passionate about the outdoors and making a positive impact on the community. Inspired by, and with the help of her two very active children, she established and manages the non-profit organization, Grom Squad MTB, to support youth mountain biking in South Florida. The organization works closely with the local communities, county managers and trail builders to coordinate and host fun outdoor rides, events and volunteer opportunities for youth and their families.