Cristina is developing a broad litigation practice that encompasses commercial disputes, health and insurance law. She has assisted regulated health professionals navigate numerous professional liability claims and regulatory College matters. She also brings valuable experience gained supporting counsel at tribunals and at all levels of court in Ontario.
Clients benefit from her depth of experience in the insurance industry – where she previously worked as a claims adjuster handling auto physical damage and bodily injury claims – as well as her training as a Chartered Insurance Professional. These experiences and credentials allow Cristina to offer unique insight and comprehensive solutions to a variety of legal issues.
During law school, Cristina received academic awards for highest standing in Law of Emerging Mobility Technologies and Civil Trial Advocacy. She was an active member of her law school community and served as Executive Articles Editor of the Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues. Cristina developed her advocacy skills by competing in moot court competitions on both sides of the border. She received awards for Best Team and Best Appellant Factum at the 2019 Donald G.H. Bowman National Tax Moot and competed in the 2020 National Appellate Advocacy Competition in Washington, DC.