Christopher Labora

16401 NW 37th Avenue
Miami Gardens, FL 33054


Christopher Labora

I am a recent graduate of St. Thomas University College of Law.

I was born and raised in Miami to an American mother and a Mexican father. Although I always knew I would become an attorney, I began my professional career as a fine artist. I attended Miami’s premier art and design magnet school, Design and Architecture Senior High. While in school, I studied urban art and murals at a local non-profit organization, PATH To HipHop (“PATH”).

While studying at PATH, I began an apprenticeship with Daniel “Krave” Fila. Over the next fifteen years I would eventually return to PATH as an arts instructor and as Mr. Fila’s studio manager. Before graduating high school I opened my own graphic design business, and began painting murals as a professional painter in the Wynwood arts district of Miami. As a young adult I studied fine art and art history at Hamilton College in New York on a full tuition merit based scholarship as a POSSE Leadership Scholar.

In addition to my love of art I have also always been deeply interested in the law. My father is an attorney, my mother is a retired judge, and many of my family in Mexico are lawyers. Exposure to the practice of the law from a young age has offered me the insight necessary to appreciate and value the legal profession.

Areas of Interest

Maritime and Admiralty Law


J.D. Candidate (2021), St. Thomas University College of Law
B.A., Hamilton College (2016)


Fluent in English and Spanish