Kristen Reynoso, Esq. is a criminal defense attorney at the Law Offices of Walter A. Reynoso, P.A. The firm has represented many high-profile clients over the years, including professional athletes, politicians, doctors, attorneys and lead defendants in major felony, fraud, drug and money laundering cases. The law firm of Walter A. Reynoso, P.A. has been awarded an AV rating by the Martindale-Hubbell legal rating service. The AV rating is the highest accolade in Martindale-Hubbell’s rating system and was awarded as a result of an extensive, confidential review conducted among legal professionals. The law firm had also been recognized as Top Lawyers in the South Florida Legal Guide and was named Top Attorneys in the Country by Newsweek Magazine. Ms. Reynoso is a graduate of Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad Law Center. While at Nova, she was one of four students chosen on the William C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Team to represent her law school in Vienna, Austria. As the only female on the team she excelled in the competition receiving the highest scores of all her teammates. Ms.Reynoso was selected as a national member of the Order of Barristers for exhibiting excellence and attaining high honor through the art of courtroom advocacy. The Order of Barristers is a United States national honor society that recognizes oral advocacy and brief writing skills through effective law school oral advocacy programs. Ms. Reynoso was also a senior staff member of the International Citator and Research Guide. The International Citator and Research Guide is the first comprehensive research manual of international legal citation and law written for legal practitioners and academics. The International Citator and Research Guide is the only law journal at Nova that publishes all of its students' work. Ms. Reynoso is the president of HRAN (human rights action network) a non for profit organization that pairs law school students with attorneys handling pro bono human rights cases. The law students provide the attorneys the necessary research they need for the human rights cases they are handling. The students are learning a new area of law and have the opportunity to network with attorneys out in the field.