Christina summered and articled with the firm prior to returning as an Associate in 2022. During her summer with the firm, Christina developed her knowledge of municipal law while completing extensive research for the publication of the Canadian Law of First Responder’s Liability textbook and updating Mr. Boghosian’s loose-leaf text, The Law of Municipal Liability in Canada.
Christina graduated from the J.D. program at Queen’s Faculty of Law, where she was the President of the Queen’s Environmental Law Club and a student researcher for Pro-Bono Canada. She developed her strong advocacy skills while representing clients at the Landlord and Tenant Board as a Case Worker for Queen’s Legal Aid Clinic.