Christine is an Associate of the Ingber Law Firm and is admitted to practice in New Jersey; and pending admission in New York. At the Ingber Law Firm, Christine is involved in foreign and domestic trademark and copyright registration and litigation in order to protect and enforce clients’ intellectual property rights.
Christine received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science-African Studies with a minor in Dance and French from The Ohio State University. She graduated from Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law School in Central Islip, New York, in 2013 with a concentration in Entertainment Law.
While at Touro Law School, she was the President and Editor-in-Chief of the Intellectual Property/Fashion Law Society, Vice President of the Entertainment Law Society, and Vice President of the Black Law Student Association. During her studies, she was awarded the Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts Fellowship.
In addition to school activities, she interned at Atlantic Records, where she drafted various contracts for live performances, sweepstakes, and the digital exploitation of music and video content. Christine also interned at the Legal Aid Society, externed as a judicial law clerk for The Honorable Vincent Del Giudice of the Kings County Supreme Court, and interned at the United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York.
After law school, she taught a course in the American Legal System at Meiguo Academies in Beijing, China. Christine subsequently co-founded a wellness company catered to women with visible skin conditions. Christine represented photographers and entrepreneurs in copyright infringement matters as Of Counsel at the Gibson Law Group PLLC. She gained compliance and litigation experience working for The Fire Department of the City of New York and as Associate Attorney at Maraziti Falcon, LLP.
Christine serves as a volunteer attorney at Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, providing counsel to low-income members of the arts community. In her free time, she loves to teach Zumba, perform West African dance, read memoirs, and watch documentaries and 90s sitcoms.