Christina P. Brownlie
Christina graduated with honors from the University of Southern California with Bachelor’s Degrees in Political Science and Psychology. After college, Christina returned home to the Bay Area and attended the University of San Francisco School of Law. In law school, Christina was a Dean’s Scholarship Recipient, a Senior Editor of the USF Maritime Law Journal, and received a certificate in Employment Law. Christina was admitted to the State Bar of California in 2017.
Christina discovered her passion for family law during law school when she took a community property course. This passion was strengthened while working at a family law firm in San Francisco after graduation and while studying for the California Bar Exam. After being admitted to the California Bar, Christina worked as an associate attorney at a reputable family law firm in Oakland, California. Since 2017, Christina has volunteered for Family Law Day of Court at the Hayward Hall of Justice where she drafted orders for Pro Per litigants. She is currently a member of the San Francisco, Alameda, and Contra Costa County Bar Associations.
Christina has great empathy and understanding of others, which allows her to fully understand the needs and concerns of each client. Christina was born in San Francisco and has lived in the Bay Area all her life. During her spare time, she enjoys taking spin classes, cooking, going on walks with her dog, and traveling.