Cristina recently completed her third year at the Faculty of Law at Queen’s University. Originally from Toronto, Cristina completed a Honours Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto. While at the University of Toronto, Cristina danced, performed and taught at the Stepanova Ballet Academy and the Toronto International Ballet Theatre. Along with her peers, Cristina founded an online publication, entitled Acid City Magazine, dedicated to highlighting under-acknowledged creative and intellectual minds, discussing travel, music and social issues from a uniquely urban-Canadian perspective.
At Queen’s, Cristina was actively involved in the Sports and Entertainment Law Society (SELS). As Conference Coordinator of the SELS, she worked with a team of students to successfully organize Queen’s Law’s first annual Sports and Entertainment Law Conference. Cristina also worked as a volunteer on the PASAN project (Prisoners with HIV/AIDS Support Action Network) through Pro Bono Students Canada. After completing her first year of law at Queen’s, Cristina completed the International Business Law Program at the Bader International Study Centre in Herstmonceux, England.
Cristina is a classically trained ballet dancer, travel enthusiast, vinyl record collector and amateur ukulele player.
Cristina was a summer student at Gardiner Roberts in 2016 and has returned to article in 2017-18.