Christina concentrates her practice on environmental, toxic tort, and mass tort litigation matters. She counsels and defends client in all stages of litigation, from inception through trial. She is an emerging authority in her practice area, and has been selected as a Pennsylvania Rising Star by Super Lawyers for the last two years.
Christina received her bachelor’s in Spanish literature and sociology from New York University before going on to earn her juris doctor from Widener University School of Law. While in law school, she worked as a paralegal for a criminal and civil defense firm in Philadelphia, and served as a summer intern for a law firm in Guatemala City, Guatemala. Christina is a founding board member of The Atlantic Center for Capital Representation, a not-for-profit resource center that provides legal advocacy, consultation and mitigation services, and -education and training to combat the death penalty and juvenile life-without-parole sentences in Pennsylvania. She is proficient in Spanish.