Mr. Caraballo-Vélez concentrates his practice on individual and corporate taxation, advising clients on the advantages of tax planning and working towards obtaining the most advantageous tax status through the tax incentive laws and programs.

Before joining PMA, Mr. Caraballo-Vélez provided counsel to government agencies and private clientele, advising on a wide array of legal matters including local and federal regulations pertaining to healthcare, public finances, economic development, and public procurement; legislation and rulemaking; commercial contract negotiations; and general litigation in administrative and judicial forums.

From 2019 to 2021, he clerked for the Honorable Mildred Pabón Charneco, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Puerto Rico, where he assisted in the resolution of precedent-setting civil and criminal appeals.

While in law school, Mr. Caraballo-Vélez worked as a corporate law clerk at a major Puerto Rico law firm. During that time, he also worked as a research assistant to esteemed property law professor Luis Muñiz Argüelles. Additionally, throughout the entirety of his legal studies he served as editor for the University of Puerto Rico Law Review and was a Member of the Law Review’s Editorial Board for its 88th Volume.

Upon graduating from law school, Mr. Caraballo-Vélez went on to attain the highest test score in the September 2019 Puerto Rico Bar Examination. Furthermore, after finishing his undergraduate studies, he passed all four sections of the CPA examination.