Angie Pagan, Esq - Board Member
Angela Pagán, Esq. is a criminal defense attorney in Palm Beach County, FL. Ms. Pagán is a graduate of Santaluces High School, Class of 1995. After high school she attended the University of Florida where she graduated With Honors and obtained two degrees, a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology. As an undergraduate student at the University of Florida Ms. Pagán became a Founding Sister of the Chi Chapter of Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Inc., the first Latina/Hispanic sorority in the country, in Florida and at UF. As an undergraduate student she held numerous leadership positions within the sorority and in other student organizations such as U.E.P.A (Union de Estudiantes Puertoriqueños Activos) and D.A.S.A. (Dominican American Student Association). For her legal education Ms. Pagán attended the University of Florida’s Levin College of Law, where she held leadership positions in various student organizations and was selected Vice President of the Law Student Council and President of the Criminal Law Association. While in law school she was chosen to participate in legal study abroad programs at both the Université de Montpellier in France and Universiteit Leiden in The Netherlands. After graduating and obtaining a Juris Doctor With Honors Ms. Pagán started her legal career at the Office of the Public Defender in Palm Beach County, where she worked as an Investigator and Assistant Public Defender for over nine years. She left that office in 2012 to go into private practice and in 2014 she founded her firm, the Law Office of Angie Pagán, Esq., PLLC, located in downtown West Palm Beach. Ms. Pagán is currently the President of the Palm Beach County Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and a Board Member at Large of the Hispanic Bar Association. She is also Co-Chair of the MacArthur’s Foundation Racial and Ethnic Disparity Team and a member of the 15th Judicial Circuit’s Pro Bono Committee.