Christina is an Associate in Mishcon Purpose. She is a litigator as well as an advisor.
As an advisor, she specialises in helping clients identify and incorporate increasingly material Environmental Social and Governance (ESG) factors into their strategies to create business and social value. Christina also advises on philanthropy, including the establishment and governance of charities in the UK, and overseas.
Christina has experience in a wide variety of commercial and strategic litigation, and is part of the Purpose Litigation team. She has worked on complex high value fraud, banking and finance claims, and her work often engages human rights and public policy issues. She has acted on a claim against Facebook on behalf of the Rohingya people, judicial reviews challenging the legality of denying Afghan judges who are fleeing the Taliban entry to the UK, a judicial review regarding the UK's energy policy in the context of the war in Ukraine and energy crisis, and the Global Youth Climate Inquiry alongside the Democracy and Culture Foundation and One Young World which was presented at Cop26.
Christina is a legal mentor for SPITE (Sharing and Publishing Images to Embarrass), a pro bono project that advises victims of revenge porn, and a pro bono advisor for the Royal Courts of Justice Advice Bureau, which gives procedural advice to litigants in person in the High Court. Before joining Mishcon, Christina worked in the Magistrates' and Crown Courts, as well as in the High Court of Justice as clerk to the Insolvency and Companies Judges.
She is a trustee of The Funding Network, a charity which supports an affiliation of individuals who join together to fund social change projects. She is also a One Young World Ambassador. One Young World identifies, promotes and connects the world’s most impactful young leaders to create a better world, with more responsible, more effective leadership.