Christine began her legal career in 2004 as a receptionist at a small law firm. Soon after, she transitioned to the role of legal assistant and paralegal. She has been a paralegal since then and has worked on cases involving securities fraud, complex business litigation, intellectual property litigation, antitrust, and accounting malpractice. She has worked on several cases on behalf of hundreds of investors victimized in some of the largest securities fraud cases in the Northwest.
She earned the NALA Certified Paralegal designation in May 2022, as well as the Advanced Certified Paralegal (ACP) in eDiscovery designation in July 2022.
She is knowledgeable in several eDiscovery platforms. She has earned the Search & Review and Review Management Certifications in DISCO eDiscovery, as well as the Review Management and Data Analysis certifications in Casepoint eDiscovery.
Christine joined Larkins Vacura Kayser in 2023, but she has worked with several of the firm’s attorneys since 2014 when they were co-counsel on cases with her previous firm.