As a former teacher, Christina thrives on interaction with the people she represents and feels a great sense of pride in being able to advocate for them. Now as an attorney representing employees in complex wage and hour class action matters, she uses both her people skills and in-depth legal knowledge to power positive outcomes for the California workers.
Christina has an undergraduate degree in English with a focus on Creative Writing. Law school sparked Christina’s passion for advocacy while giving her a chance to utilize her flair for language – both skills that have continued to flourish since becoming an instrumental member of Lawyers for Justice, PC. As a student she was a research assistant for an article evaluating the current state of the Federal Arbitration Act and proposals for revisions to it. Drawing on her diverse experience and expertise, she now gives the underserved a voice in powerful ways.
- JD, Southwestern Law School
- BA, English, University of Washington - Seattle
- Research Assistant, Federal Arbitration Act article
- Southwestern Law School's Environmental Law Society