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Christina focuses her practice on environmental litigation, transactional and regulatory matters, including work involving the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act and other major state and federal environmental regulatory programs.

Prior to joining Frost Brown Todd, Christina served as Environmental Specialist and Supervisor for approximately 13 years at Ohio EPA in the Division of Air Pollution Control.  There she performed a wide range of duties, from performing compliance inspections, drafting and reviewing both state and federal air permits, as well as overseeing enforcement actions.  Her regulatory experience reaches across a variety of manufacturing industries, including ferro-alloy production, papermills, asphalt plants, and coal processing and loading facilities.  In 2017, Christina became the Supervisor of the Ohio EPA’s first Oil and Gas Unit in the Southeast District office.  There she oversaw environmental air pollution issues concerning horizontal well pads, midstream facilities, and fractionation plants.

During law school, Christina served as member of Capital University Law Review and President of the Environmental and Energy Law Society.  She graduated Summa Cum Laude and was the recipient of the American Law Institute – Continuing Legal Education Scholarship and Leadership Award, recognizing the graduate who best represents a combination of scholarship and leadership.

Other Info About Christina


Law School

Capital University Law School, J.D., 2019, Summa Cum Laude

Graduate School

Ohio University, MS, Environmental Studies, 2009

Undergraduate School

Miami University, BA, Zoology, 2000

Bar Membership

Christina is licensed to practice in the following state(s):

Ohio, 2019

Professional Affiliations

Professional Affiliations & Memberships

Capital University Law School Peer Advisor – Spring 2016 to Spring 2019.

President of Environmental and Energy Law Society, Capital University Law School – Fall 2017 to Spring 2019

Chair of Environmental and Energy Law Society Mentor Program, Capital University Law School – Fall 2016 to Spring 2018

Member of Environmental and Energy Law Society, Capital University Law School – Fall 2015 to Spring 2019

OCSEA Hocking Chapter 3700 Union Steward – 2005 till 2017

Major Publications

Christina is an author of the following publications:

“Mutual Mate Assessment in Wolf Spiders: Differences in the cues used by Males and Females.” Ethnology 109. Rypstra, Wieg, Walker, and Pearsons, 2003, 315-325.