Charline joined the Rubio Law Firm in 2018 and has focused her practice on personal injury and wage discrimination litigation. As a native Spanish speaker, she is culturally and linguistically competent to provide proficient legal services to both English and Spanish speaking clients. Before joining the firm, Charline served as an office of the court advocating for the best interest of children and representing parents and minors in dependency cases. She also has experience in the areas of family law and employment discrimination. As a registered mediator, Charline has effectively resolved civil cases over property disputes, motor vehicle accidents, breaches of contract and employment disputes.
She was born and raised in Costa Rica where she earned degrees in Special Education and Management of Natural Resources. For over eleven years, she worked in public health and successfully advanced smoke free ordinances across Jefferson County. She then obtained a Juris Doctorate from the Birmingham School of Law, graduating with honors and top six in her class.
She is admitted to practice in the state of Alabama, in the U.S. District Court of Northern and Southern Districts of Alabama, and in the Department of Veterans Affairs. She is also a certified Guardian Ad Litem and registered mediator.
Charline is always looking for new challenges and is currently learning how to play the violin. She is also an environmentalist at heart. She volunteers in river clean-ups and animal shelters, promotes eco-friendly sustainable practices and advocates against animal cruelty.