Christine is committed to a legal career that prioritizes compassionate and meticulous representation for her clients. She has a broad practice, which focuses primarily on insurance coverage litigation, including first-party property damage and construction defect matters, and also includes complex sex trafficking and civil rights litigation. Christine is a talented legal writer and has substantive experience working on a variety of motions and pleadings at the trial, intermediate, and Supreme Court levels in both state and federal court, including writing an argument for a Ninth Circuit Appellate Brief while clerking for the Federal Public Defender of Oregon.
In addition to her time at the Federal Public Defender’s Office, Christine has also clerked at the Oregon Innocence Project and served as the Title IX investigations legal extern at the University of Oregon. Her background in criminal justice has provided her with the ability to remain at once objective and sympathetic to each client’s unique situation and makes her a valuable asset to a wide variety of complex practice areas.