Christina is an associate attorney at Ogletree Deakins. Prior to joining the firm, Christina served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Rebecca G. Bradley at the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
While in law school, Christina worked as the lead research assistant to Dean Joseph D. Kearney. She served as the symposium editor on Marquette Law Review. Her comment, “Diversions from the Great Lakes: Out of the Watershed and in Contravention of the Compact,” was published in Volume 100 and received the Gold Quill Award for best student-written article. She also was actively involved in volunteer work and was an academic success program leader, conducting review lessons in criminal and property law.
Christina received her bachelor’s degree from Marquette University. She also studied abroad at Philipps-Universität in Marburg, Germany.