Christine brings 15 years of litigation, public interest, and management experience to her work with Everytown Law.
Christine helps manage and develop the work of the Everytown Law team. She oversees the team’s hiring and internship programs, liaises with academic, non-profit, and pro bono partners, leads the team’s diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts and coordinates with Everytown’s wider DEI work, facilitates Everytown Law’s participation in conferences and events, helps manage the Everytown Law Fund, and helps support and promote the team’s litigation work.
Before joining Everytown Law, Christine managed a community civil legal aid organization and worked on public interest issues focusing on women’s rights and human rights. She began her career as a Litigation Associate at Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP in New York where she practiced in the firm’s complex commercial litigation department. Christine served as Weil’s inaugural Fellow to The Legal Aid Society’s Criminal Defense Practice and is a recipient of Legal Aid’s Pro Bono Publico Award.
Christine graduated magna cum laude from Gettysburg College (B.A.) and with honors from Georgetown University (M.A.). She received her J.D. from Columbia Law School where she was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar. While at Columbia, Christine served as Symposium Chair for the Journal of Gender and Sexuality Law and interned at the New York Civil Liberties Union.
Christine is admitted to practice in New York and Massachusetts. She works out of Everytown’s New York office.
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