Precious Chavez serves as an Associate Attorney at Ben Crump Law, where, since joining the legal profession in 2022, she has swiftly emerged as a strong advocate for her clients and the firm.
Having earned her juris doctor from Florida State University College of Law in 2022, Attorney Chavez accomplished this milestone at the remarkably young age of 18. Prior to that, she obtained her Bachelor of Arts from Florida Atlantic University in 2018. During her law school tenure, she held the role of vice president at the American Civil Liberties Union Florida State University Chapter (ACLU) and served as a peer mentor for first-generation law students.
Attorney Chavez’s commitment to social advocacy is evident in her prior work with non-profit organizations, including the Innocence Project of Florida, where she investigated claims of innocence and aided in post-conviction relief. Her dedication extended to the Southern Poverty Law Center, where she worked on cases challenging the Florida Department of Correction’s use of solitary confinement. She was also actively involved in proposing policies for criminal and police reform within the District of Columbia and advocating for returning citizens in Florida, contributing to the DC Justice Lab and the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition.
Her journey with Ben Crump Law commenced as a law clerk during her final semester of law school, and her accomplishments seamlessly led to her permanent inclusion in the Ben Crump Law family upon graduation. Attorney Chavez brings a unique perspective to the firm’s civil rights practice, having graduated from law school and passed the bar exam at only 21 years of age.
Within Ben Crump Law, Attorney Chavez focuses on advocating for her clients’ civil rights in actions against abusive government agencies. She has been actively involved in high-profile cases, including those against Amazon, Sony Music Company, Harvard University, Universal Music Group, and Mid-Florida Credit Union. In confidential mediation settings, she has played a critical role in obtaining groundbreaking settlements.
Admitted to practice law in the state of Florida, Attorney Chavez operates out of the firm’s Orlando office and is fluent in Spanish.