As professional business owner of Lion of Justice Legal Services Francina E. Gonzalez-Campos started her journey in the legal field over 22 years ago in 1996, working in accounting for one of the most prestigious law firms in New Mexico, Sutin, Thayer, & Browne. As her interests grew in the legal field, she assisted a local criminal attorney as his sole manager and assistant.
Thereafter, she worked for over 10 years in family law and personal injury law as a litigation/managing paralegal.
In 2000, she became a Certified Paralegal at the University of New Mexico, approved by the American Bar Association.
She started her own paralegal business in 2004, providing paralegal services to assist the public in uncontested family law related legal matters. Since she has moved back to New Mexico, she officially re-established her paralegal business in 2018, which is supported by an exclusive group of professional attorneys.
Francina E. Gonzalez-Campos received additional extensive litigation experience and training by working for some of the best trial attorneys in Miami, Florida from 2009-2015, which included admiralty/maritime law, VI trial case management, wrongful death insurance defense cases, complete complex litigation commercial defense, workers compensation, and subrogation investigations.
Francina E. Gonzalez-Campos has over 36 years of experience in public speaking and has worked for the best law firms in the world including, Sutin, Thayer, & Browne, Atkinson & Kelsey, Standridge Law Firm, Hamilton, Miller, & Birthisel, and Shutts & Bowen.
In addition to her extensive litigation paralegal experience, Francina E. Gonzalez-Campos gained respect from one of the most successful and largest real estate and personal injury attorneys in New Mexico, and was asked to partner regarding a multi-million real estate project, as well as, to partner with a family law attorney so as to manage and run a real estate firm.
In 2015, she mentored with a retired Chief Judge in Miami Florida, who was highly respected and presided over numerous high profile trials, which included maritime & admiralty cases, complex civil cases, personal injury cases, negligence cases, insurance disputes, real estate and international law. She intends to retire within the next two years and to continue her mentorship in New Mexico so as to become a New Mexico Certified Practitioner Mediator, as retiree. Additionally, she will obtain international Certified Practitioner Mediation credentials.
She utilizes her experience in family law, real estate, and personal injury so as to provide legal services, supported by an exclusive group of professional attorneys, which allows her clients to maintain peace of mind. Her method is quick, precise, trustworthy service, and most affordable.