Christine Powers Leatherberry

Christine Powers Leatherberry: Attorney with Connatser Family Law

Biography

Christine Powers is an Associate of the firm with a diversified practice focused on commercial litigation on behalf of a wide range of businesses and industries, as well as executive employment and compensation issues. In addition, she provides counsel on matters involving family law. In 2001, Ms. Powers served as a White House Intern for First Lady Laura Bush, working in the Projects Office on programs supporting reading and early childhood cognitive development. She is also active in local Big Brothers Big Sisters activities and the Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program taking on pro bono cases, and served as a volunteer voter protection attorney in the 2008 general election. She is President of the Archer Fellow Alumni Association and a provisional member of the Junior League of Dallas.

Alumni Association and a provisional member of the Junior League of Dallas. Member: Dallas Bar Association; State Bar of Texas; Dallas Association of Young Lawyers.

Areas of Practice (5)

  • Litigation
  • Family Law
  • Medical Malpractice Defense
  • Employment Law
  • Guardianship and Conservatorship

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
214-306-8441  Phone
www.connatserfamilylaw.com
Year of First Admission:
2006
Admission:
U.S. District Court, Northern District of Texas; 2006, Texas
ISLN:
919074918

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Dallas, Texas

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