Christina is a member of the firm’s commercial litigation group. Her practice focuses on education law, as well as administrative and procurement matters. Christina represents charter schools, traditional public schools, community colleges, and universities on a variety of issues, from adversarial conflicts to advice on day-to-day operations, including compliance with Arizona's open meeting and public records laws. She has also represented both public and private interests on a wide range of procurement disputes. Christina is an advocate on various pro bono matters, including significant work with the Arizona Justice Project, and she is fluent in Spanish.
Before joining Osborn Maledon, Christina was a judicial clerk for the Honorable David G. Campbell of the United States District Court for the District of Arizona. Christina graduated in 2008 from Stanford Law School, where she served on several law journals and represented low-income residents of East Palo Alto with landlord tenant and expungement matters.
When not practicing law, Christina enjoys spending time with her husband, Juan, and their four young children, reading Jane Austen novels, and wine tasting.
Southwest Super Lawyers, Rising Star, Business Litigation, 2012-2015
Spoliation Sanctions –Avoiding Pitfalls and Preserving Claims, Focus Magazine, Arizona Chapter of Association of Corporate Counsel, First Quarter 2012
BYOD: When Students Bring Their Own Technology to School, Arizona School Boards Association, Law Conference, September 4, 2014
What Is A Notice of Claim and What Do I Do When I Get One?, Arizona Charter Schools Association, Legal Week, May 5, 2015
Open Meeting Law Training, Charter School Lunch and Learn, August 25, 2015
Do We Really Have to Do This?: The Expanding Legal Requirements in Accommodating Employees, Arizona School Boards Association, Law Conference, September 10, 2015
Open Meeting Law Training: The Basics, Maricopa County Bar Association, September 17, 2015
Hot Topics in Charter School Law, Lunch and Learn, Forthcoming, October 28, 2015