About Our Queens Based Law Firm
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Keetick L. Sanchez, Esq.
Keetick L. Sanchez is a lifelong resident of New York who is dedicated to helping her clients. Ms. Sanchez represents clients in courtrooms throughout New York City.
She skillfully handles administrative, civil, and criminal proceedings.
Before and while in law school, Keetick worked as a trial litigation paralegal for personal injury actions such as Labor Law 240, 241(6) and 241, motor vehicle accidents and slip & fall accidents. After graduating from Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law School, Keetick continued her legal career as a litigator in a NYC personal injury law firm where she investigated and prosecuted hundreds of personal injury cases and quickly earned a reputation as a tough and tenacious attorney.
Additionally, Keetick gained practical experience on both the state and federal levels on matters of Criminal Law and Immigration Law while at Touro Law and after her graduation. While in law school, she interned with the Nassau County District Attorney’s Office in the The Street Narcotics and Gangs Bureau (S.N.A.G.) bureau, where she assisted with the prosecution of drug and gang related cases and other misdemeanor and felony cases. She also interned with International Refugee Assistance Project (I.R.A.P.), handling immigration matters that assisted with refugees all over the world.
She is currently admitted to practice law in all boroughs of New York City. She is also currently admitted to practice law in the State of Texas.
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Michael Papson, Esq.
Michael Papson, is an Experienced Criminal Defense Trial Attorney with an impressive track record representing clients who have been arrested for
Felonies, Misdemeanors, DWI, Domestic Violence, and other associated criminal charges.
Mr. Papson provides top-notch legal representation to his clients in negotiations, court hearings, and trials. Mr. Papson has represented and litigated both Felony and Misdemeanor trials in Queens Criminal Court. Mr. Papson has represented clients who have immigration issues and has extensive knowledge of the criminal/immigration issues that arise from a criminal case.
Graduating from Touro Law School, Mr. Papson has spent his whole career fighting for his clients as a Criminal Defense Trial Attorney.
Yenny Lavin, Paralegal
Yenny joined the Firm in October 2019. Yenny has over 10 years of experience in customer service. She has previously worked with large insurance companies and as a customer service representative for an English as a Second Language School.
Yenny is a litigation paralegal who assists in all phases of litigation, from inception through discovery and trial. Yenny ensures constant contact with clients to address any questions or concerns and to provide case updates.
Her motto is “AN INFORMED CLIENT IS A HAPPY CLIENT”
Yenny graduated from Pontificia Universidad Catolica Madre y Maestra in Dominican Republic with an educational equivalent in the United States of a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration.
Yenny enjoys music, traveling, leading group exercise classes and especially the time she shares with her family and friends.
She is here to help you! Habla Español.
Connie M. Villon, Law Clerk
Connie M. Villon is a Law Clerk at the K L Sanchez Law Office and brings with her a passion for helping those in need.
Connie earned her Juris Doctor from Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center in May 2020. While in law school, she participated in the Child Advocacy Clinic with the Children Law Bureau of the Legal Aid Society of Suffolk County, where she represented children from the Long Island community. Connie was also a legal intern and extern with the Division of Family Court Legal Services for the NYC Administration for Children’s Service. There, she managed a caseload of child abuse and neglect cases, conferenced cases with defense attorneys and attorneys for the child, and interviewed law enforcement and caseworkers. She also interned with the Nassau County District Attorney’s Office in the District Court Bureau after her first year, where she worked in criminal cases.
While at Touro, Connie served as the Symposium Editor for the Journal of Race, Gender, and Ethnicity, a member of the Trial Advocacy & Practice Honor Society, and President of the Latin American Law Students Association. She also received awards and recognition during her law school career for her service to the Bar and contributions to the Quality of Student Life, the Trial Advocacy & Practice Honor Society, and the Journal of Race, Gender & Ethnicity at Touro Law Center.