Christine is a former in-house counsel for a Fortune 500 company, where she handled contracts, commercial transactions, employee benefits, intellectual property, and federal, state and local income and sales and use tax matters. Christine also served as counsel and Secretary to the Board of Directors of the Company’s charitable foundation, where she provided advice and counsel with respect to corporate governance and non-profit law. Christine was an Adjunct Professor of Law for William and Mary Law School’s Legal Skills Program in 2009-2011. After stepping away from legal practice to stay at home with her young son, Christine joined Collins & Hyman’s predecessor firm in 2015 on a part-time basis. Currently, Christine’s practice focuses on business law, estate planning and non-profit law. Christine graduated from William and Mary Law School in 2005.
William & Mary Law School, 2005
Wesleyan University, 2000
Bachelor of Arts, Sociology and Psychology