Christine received a Bachelor of Arts (great distinction) in English, with a Philosophy minor, from the University of Lethbridge (2012) and a Juris Doctor (distinction) from the University of Alberta (2015). During law school, Christine was a member of the editorial board of the Alberta Law Review, a research assistant for Alberta Justice – Legal Services Division and the Centre for Constitutional Studies, and a volunteer with Student Legal Services. Upon completing law school, she returned home to Lethbridge and was called to the Alberta Bar in 2016.
Since being called, Christine has gained experience in a variety of practice areas, including agribusiness, corporate, commercial, financing, real estate, succession planning, and wills and estates. Christine enjoys meeting with clients to learn and understand their unique legal concerns, and she helps clients achieve positive results by offering pragmatic and personalized legal services in a timely manner.
In addition to her legal practice, Christine is a dedicated volunteer. In 2019/2020, she participated in the Canadian Bar Association’s Young Lawyers International Program and completed a six-month volunteer placement with one of South Africa’s largest human rights organizations. Within the local community, Christine is a fixture at Lethbridge Law Day, and she routinely volunteers with Lethbridge Legal Guidance. Christine is a past Board Member and Treasurer of the Southern Alberta Individualized Planning Association.
Christine spends her free time playing the harmonica, completing crossword puzzles, reading widely, and attending live music events.
Areas of Practice
Wills and Estates