After summering and articles with CCP, Cristina joined the firm as an associate lawyer in 2019.
Cristina completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Toronto, where she received an Honours BA and graduated with high distinction. During that time, Cristina received the Evelyn McDonald Scholarship, the Samuel James Stubbs Award, and placed first in the Frederic Davidson Essay Competition.
Cristina then earned her law degree from the University of Western Ontario. During law school, Cristina served as the Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Western Journal of Legal Studies and as a student editor for the Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence. Upon graduation, Cristina received the J. S. D Tory Writing Award for her research into issues of labour relations and precarious work in Canada.
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