Christina graduated from law school from Santa Clara University with a certificate in public interest and social justice. While in law school, Christina served as a clerk at both the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of California and the San Jose City Attorney’s Office where she practiced public entity defense in employment, tort, and land use cases. During her first year of law school, Christina served as a Judicial Extern at the Santa Clara Superior Court assisting in family law matters, including reviewing proposed final judgments and assisting unrepresented parties. Christina was also a member on the Santa Clara Journal of International Law Review.
Prior to law school, Christina received her B.A. in English from UCLA where she graduated cum laude and received academic honors from the Dean each semester. During her senior year, she served as an intern with the Los Angeles Superior Court of California where she provided pro bono legal assistance to unrepresented parties and was awarded with the Americorps Educational Community Service Award for her service.
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