Cristina focuses her practice on advising board members and professional managers of condominium and homeowners’ associations. As a member of the Community Associations Group and Litigation practice, she represents associations in collection and foreclosure cases, covenant enforcement, and bankruptcy and creditors’ rights.
Prior to joining Shumaker, Loop, & Kendrick, LLP, Cristina began her career as a trial attorney litigating on behalf of clients facing criminal charges for the Committee for Public Counsel Services in Massachusetts. She represented clients in both the Superior and District Courts of Essex County.
Prior to entering law school in Boston, she interned with a non-governmental organization in New York City where she co-authored a publication, “Promoting Women’s Participation in Conflict and Post Conflict Societies,” that was showcased at the 2010 United Nations University Conference in Tokyo, Japan.