Christine obtained her B.Comm. from the University of Toronto in 1990 and graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School in 1993. Following her call to the bar in 1995, Christine worked as a trainer and legal editor for Thomson Publishing until she was asked to join the firm in 1997.
Christine primarily practices in the area of first party accident benefits with an emphasis on catastrophic claims. She also handles loss transfer and priority disputes on behalf of clients. Another specialty of hers is providing advice on the interface between accident benefits and the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act.
Christine has represented clients at the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, the Financial Services Commission of Ontario, the Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal, and in private arbitration.
Christine has written CCH Ontario Accident Benefits Case Summaries and was co-author of the paper “Accident Benefits: Lessons from the Past with Hope for a Better Insurance Product in the Future,” published in The Law Society of Upper Canada Special Lectures 2008: Personal Injury Law (Irwin Law: 2009)