Phone: (305) 741-3125
Christina is an International Associate of Lex Concordia, PLLC. Her practice focuses on assisting entrepreneurs and their companies in transactional, regulatory, and international matters. Christina brings a deep understanding of international legal systems and alternative dispute resolution mechanisms.
Christina was born in Germany and obtained her German law degree from Eberhard-Karls-Universität in Tübingen, Germany, where she was awarded the Friedrich-Ebert Foundation scholarship for both excellence in her chosen field of study and her community involvement. After graduating from law school, Christina worked at Gleiss Lutz, one of Germany’s largest and most distinguished corporate law firms, where she focused her work on international arbitration.
In 2011, Christina received the prestigious Alfred-Gleiss Scholarship, which is a full-scholarship to pursue an LL.M degree in the United States. The scholarship is awarded annually to one young lawyer in Germany, who has demonstrated legal excellence, an ability to think and act globally, and strong social skills. Christina received her LL.M. degree from the University of Michigan Law School, where she focused on international and corporate law and was awarded a Grotius Fellowship.
After graduating from the University of Michigan Law School, Christina worked at the German American Chamber of Commerce, where she provided regulatory and strategic business consulting to companies in the logistics, electronics, and automotive industries seeking to enter the United States market. Christina’s knowledge of business, her international mindset, and her commitment to excellence in everything she does allows her to add value for clients beyond simply resolving their legal problems.
University of Michigan Law School
LL.M. (International and Corporate Law)
Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen, Germany
Diplom-Juristin (J.D. Equivalent)
Awards & Honors
University of Michigan Grotius Fellowship
Alfred Gleiss Scholarship
Friedrich-Ebert Foundation Fellow