Christine focuses her practice in civil litigation including business litigation, employment and tort defense matters. An accomplished writer and researcher, she believes the practice of law requires excellent attention to detail, a strong work ethic, diligent preparation on every case, and a passion for helping others.
Christine is a cum laude graduate of the University at Buffalo School of Law where she served as an Executive Publications Editor for the Buffalo Law Review and was recognized for excellence in writing and employment law.
While in law school, Christine served as a judicial intern for the Honorable Julio Fuentes of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit and was a Writing Fellow teacher’s assistant for the first-year Legal Analysis Writing and Research course. She also worked as a student attorney in the University at Buffalo’s Family Violence and Women’s Rights Clinic. Prior to law school, Christine was a second-grade teacher through Teach for America.
An avid runner, Christine has completed numerous 5ks and two half-marathons. She is also a frequent traveler and enjoys exploring Rochester with family and friends.
- University at Buffalo School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2020
- Executive Publications Editor, Buffalo Law Review
- University at Buffalo, B.A. Political Science and French, summa cum laude, 2014
- Phi Beta Kappa
- Pi Sigma Alpha
- President, Mock Trial, UB Student Association
Admissions to Practice
- New York
Presentations & PUBLICATIONS
- “Access to Literacy Under the United States Constitution.” Buffalo Law Review, vol. 68, no. 4, 2020.
- “Must Employees Keep Arbitration Proceedings Confidential? Not According to the NLRB.” Ward Greenberg Legal Update, August 2019.
- Justice Philip Halpern Award for Excellence in Writing
- Associate Publication Award
- Award for Excellence in the Study of Labor and Employment Law