Christina is a real estate and business lawyer with more than a decade of experience representing major corporations and real estate developers. Her practice focuses on representing market-rate and affordable housing developers who are converting properties to condominiums and coops. She also manages Goldstein Hall’s team of litigators.
Christina graduated from Haverford College and then received a law degree in 2002 from Fordham University School of Law where she was a member of the Fordham Law Review. She then joined the New York office of Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP where, for five years, she litigated complex commercial cases for some of the world’s largest companies and financial institutions. Thereafter, Christina joined Bloomberg Law, a start-up venture at Bloomberg, LP. She wrote extensively about securities law developments for users of the Bloomberg terminal and bloomberglaw.com, and eventually became Editor of Bloomberg’s Securities Law Report, a weekly newsletter. She played an integral role in the launch of Bloomberg Law’s website, which received the 2012 New Product Award from the American Association of Law Libraries, and managed a team of securities lawyers creating content for the site’s Securities Practice Center.
- Affordable housing and community development
- Cooperative and Condominium law
- Not-for-profit law
- Bar Admissions
- State of New York
- United States District Court Eastern District of New York
- United States District Court Southern District of New York
- United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
- Fordham University School of Law, J.D., 2002
- Haverford College