Meet Selene Braun

Paralegal Manager

Selene Braun is a Paralegal Manager at Slater Slater Schulman LLP and a significant asset to the firm.  With over 5 years of direct experience in the firm’s mass torts department, Selene frequently handles noteworthy cases from intake until resolution.

Selene believes in the power of support when it comes to working with her clients.  Understanding that these individuals have often gone through life-altering and traumatic events, Selene is dedicated to providing the unique quality service they deserve throughout the entirety of the legal process.

Selene enjoys working with clients from diverse community groups.  Born in Mexico City, Selene is fluent in both Spanish and English.  This ability allows her to effectively communicate with clients from multiple backgrounds and to assure that their legal rights and desires are accurately met.

Selene concentrates the majority of her practice in the area of mass torts, with additional experience handling Child Victims Act claims.  She initially began in the firm’s employment department, focusing in the areas of discrimination, wage and hour law.

Selene graduated with her diploma in Information Technology from Mexico City in 2000.  She began her career in the legal field in 2014 as an administrative assistant in the are of criminal law, real estate, and personal injury.   She proudly joined the team at Slater Slater Schulman in 2015 when she saw the opportunity to help Spanish speaking clients with various legal issues.

  • Mass Torts
  • Child Victims Act claims
  • Employment Law

  •  Diploma in Information Technology- Mexico City in 2000

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