Originally from Michigan, Christine graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. She went on to attend law school at Southwestern University School of Law in Los Angeles. During law school Christine clerked for the Presiding Judge of the Los Angeles County Juvenile Court dealing with both the dependency and delinquency courts. Christine volunteered at the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles in the domestic violence unit and gained experience in family law matters and domestic violence. During her last year of law school Christine worked in Washington DC lobbying legislation focusing on juvenile justice.
After law school Christine went to work at the Los Angeles Dependency Lawyers. She represented hundreds of parents in dependency court fighting hard to get clients’ children returned to their home.
She is extremely passionate about the work she does and is a zealous advocate for all her clients. She is a current member of the Los Angeles Bar Association.