Christina is a paralegal in Taft’s Southfield office. She provides support for the firm’s litigation attorneys and clients. In addition to her paralegal work, Christina is responsible for administering third-party claims activity on behalf of the firm for specific clients. Christina is experienced in obtaining and evaluating supporting documentation for claims and is knowledgeable in general liability law, property, and auto and general liability insurance.
Prior to joining the firm, Christina was a corporate paralegal with a well-known comprehensive risk management and security company.
Christina earned her bachelor’s degree in English and history from Grand Valley State University and holds a master project manager certificate from the American Academy of Project Management. She also holds a paralegal certificate from Kellogg Community College.
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- American Academy of Project Management (2014)
Master Project Manager Certificate
- Kellogg Community College (2009)
- Grand Valley State University (2004)
B.A. – English, History
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Volunteer paralegal at legal clinic