Christine joined the CTF as Ontario Director in 2015. Prior to joining CTF, Christine practiced commercial litigation and corporate law in Toronto with some of Canada’s leading law firms. Christine has also worked for various non-profits, including the Iran Human Rights Documentation Centre, and she was an intern with the CTF too many years ago for her to admit.
Christine served as a political organizer and campaign manager for several political candidates, and was a communications aide in the federal government. Her research has been published in a number of economic policy and legal magazines. Christine is the winner of a number of International legal skills competitions, including the Skadden Foreign Direct Investment Moot, the International Criminal Law Moot in The Hague, and she placed third in Canada in the Davies Securities Law Moot.
Christine graduated from the University of Toronto, Trinity College, with an Honours BA in political science and ethics. She graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School with a J.D., and also attended New York University School of Law.
Christine lives in Toronto, and she enjoys sailing, yoga, skiing, coffee, and her pet Keeshond.