Boorloo | Perth
Christina brings to Marrawah Law over 20 years’ experience, having been admitted as a practitioner of the Supreme Court of England and Wales in 2004 and admitted as a practitioner in the Supreme Court of Western Australia in 2017.
Over this time, Christina has gained extensive experience in advising and representing clients in the areas of civil litigation; medical law; Coronial inquests; resources law including renewable energy; and Native Title and Aboriginal Heritage.
During her time working with law firms in the UK Christina specialised in Civil Litigation and Coronial Inquests.
In Australia, she has worked in the native title representative body system for law firms and in the not-for-profit sector, conducting negotiations between Native Title Prescribed Bodies Corporate (PBC)and resource companies. She has also advised PBCs on issues such as governance, policies and procedures, rule book amendments and heritage issues.
Christina is passionate about working with Aboriginal communities on country and personally committed to giving back to her local community.
In addition to her legal work, Christina has been a School Board Director for three years, with a focus on advocating for the community’s educational needs.
She holds a degree in law, LLB (Hons) and a Graduate Diploma in Law.
As Special Counsel, Christina will operate from Marrawah Law’s new Perth office, providing local support to clients and communities in Western Australia and across the country.
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