Christy’s practice focuses on commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) transactions primarily representing institutional lenders in complex real estate transactions.
Christy earned her J.D. from the University of Cincinnati School of Law and graduated magna cum laude. While in law school, Christy served as an articles editor for the University of Cincinnati Law Review. Prior to law school, Christy earned a bachelor’s degree from the Ohio State University.
University of Cincinnati, magna cum laude
Ohio State University, B.S. Food Science and Nutrition, Minor in Mathematics, summa cum laude
Henry A. Morrill Constitutional Law Prize, CALI Award for highest grade in: (1) Client Counseling; (2) Copyright Law; (3) Corporate Finance; (4) Patent Law; (5) Secured Transactions, (6) International Intellectual Property.