Christina represents employers, with a focus on high-tech firms, in a range of employment litigation disputes related to claims of wrongful termination and discrimination, collective bargaining agreements, contract disputes and general business issues. She also handles arbitration proceedings before JAMS.

Before Fox Rothschild

Prior to joining Fox Rothschild, Christina was an associate at a nationwide law firm. She also served as a post bar fellow in the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office, where she served as second chair in the high-profile case of People v. Ross Mirkarimi and wrote evidentiary motions permitting key witness statements, admission of evidence without a victim, admission of prior bad acts to show propensity and detailed investigative analysis of complex evidence, as well as assisted with the direct examination preparation of proposed witnesses.

While in law school, Christina served as a summer law clerk in the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office, as well as a judicial extern for the California Supreme Court in the chambers of Chief Justice Ronald George.