Krystal Ramon

Ms. Ramon is a JD graduate from the UNT Dallas College of Law and has been a paralegal since 2009. She was accepted to law school as a member of the inaugural class of the very first public law school in Dallas, Texas, and later graduated amidst the unprecedented wake of the COVID-19 pandemic in the summer of 2020. Needless to say, Ms. Ramon has an established history of breaking frontiers and overcoming even the most daunting and unpredictable obstacles that arise, traits which are essential in the dynamic field of family law. Ms. Ramon is a first generation post-graduate college student and she began her unconventional academic career early in life when she was enrolled in a self-paced and independent homeschool-by-mail program at the age of 14. She obtained her high school diploma by correspondence ahead of schedule and proceeded to college soon thereafter, where she graduated with her AAS in Legal Studies from Odessa College in 2012. Ms. Ramon then completed her certifications as a legal assistant and then went on to complete her BAAS in Legal Studies from the University of Texas at the Permian Basin in 2014. She is currently enrolled in the Master of Laws program at St. Mary’s University School of Law and is scheduled to receive her L.L.M. in International Criminal Law in the near future. Additionally, Ms. Ramon is working to obtain her certification in family law to become a board-certified family paralegal in Austin, Texas.