Christina joined Black Sutherland LLP in 2020 as an articling student. After her call to the bar in June 2021, she joined the firm as an associate.
Prior to law school, Christina earned her bilingual Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, as well as a certificate of Law and Social Thought and a certificate of Bilingualism from York University’s Glendon Campus.
Christina earned her Juris Doctor degree from the University of Windsor. During law school, Christina worked at the Windsor Community Legal Aid clinic, serving the city’s vulnerable and marginalized communities as a case worker, litigator, and group leader. She routinely appeared at the Landlord and Tenant Board, as well as the Ontario Court of Justice.
Christina has handled a variety of litigation matters. Her growing practice includes contractual disputes, occupiers’ liability, property damage, motor vehicle accidents, and municipal and development law. She has represented clients before the Small Claims Court and the Ontario Superior Court of Justice.
Christina is fluent in English, French, and Arabic.