Called to the Ontario Bar in 2014, Christine is a family lawyer and tireless advocate of children who demonstrates a devotion to her community through countless pro bono hours donated to legal clinics. While studying law she volunteered as a caseworker at Downtown Legal Services and the Centre for Equality Rights.
Volunteerism opened Christine’s eyes to the stress and strain associated with legal battles and honed her ability to handle clients with an unparalleled delicacy that unfailingly puts them at ease. A fluid communicator, she establishes an immediate and profound rapport with clients. Navigating them through thick and thin, she readily translates complex legal jargon and offers alternative solutions, while delivering results with her razor-sharp negotiation skills.
Throughout her career, Christine has applied her significant legal knowledge and writing and editing skills to publishing. She served as editor-in-chief for the Toronto Globalist, senior editor of the Journal of Law and Equality and editor of the Ontario Family Law Reporter, where she is currently a contributing editor. She credits her considerable knowledge of the latest developments in the realm of family law to her ongoing interest in publishing.
Christine currently serves on the Office of The Children’s Lawyers, in which she represents underage clients regarding court cases about civil law, child custody law, and wills and estates. In this case, Christine acts as a spokesperson for unrepresented children if they need legal services.
Christine completed a Bachelor of Arts with Honours at the University of Toronto, where she later earned her Juris Doctor on an entrance scholarship. Before joining Haber Lawyers, she completed her articles at the Office of the Children’s Lawyer, providing research and editing assistance to family law specialists.
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