In her many years of law practice, Christine S. Liu has had a broad range of legal experience successfully representing businesses and individual clients to protect and advocate for their legal rights. Christine first worked as a transactional lawyer at a San Francisco firm, where she represented both national and international businesses in structured finance and asset sales and acquisition matters. This position sharpened her skills in making business deals and negotiating and drafting various types of complex legal contracts. Christine later transitioned into litigation practice, where she represented businesses and individual clients in various civil disputes and business related lawsuits, and had won her clients multi-million dollar settlements.
As a founding principal of her own law firm, Christine has continued her practice of helping her clients reach business deals and solve complex legal problems through negotiation and litigation. Christine is bilingual in both English and Mandarin. Her language skills allows her to represent both English-speaking and Mandarin-speaking clients seamlessly. Her professional motto is compassionate lawyering, in that she focuses on problem solving while not losing sight of her role as a strong advocate for her clients. Over the years, Christine has earned a reputation for her compassion for her clients, her high quality of work, and her creative and effective problem-solving skills. She is known for providing timely and cost-effective legal solutions to her clients’ problems.
Christine has a Master’s degree in Linguistics from Ohio University. She received her legal education from University of California Hastings College of Law and Rutgers School of Law. She was a member of the Rutgers Law Journal and was on the Dean’s List for her outstanding academic performance at law school. She also clerked for the Honorable Theodore Davis at the Superior Court of New Jersey, Camden County.