Christina King is a highly experienced attorney in multiple facets of the law. Christina has practiced in both state and federal courts in both civil and criminal litigation. Christina completed her Juris Doctorate at Pepperdine University School of Law in Malibu, California. While attending law school at Pepperdine, Christina was employed with the Ventura County Public Defender’s Office and successfully defended multiple criminal defendants to seek justice in the eyes of the law and community, advocating for fairness and equality for all members of the community.
Additionally, while working simultaneously for the Public Defender, Christina was employed with an animal law and animal rights firm based out of Los Angeles County. Attorneys focused on constitutional rights of individuals with pets, advocated for new legislation and re-writing of current legislation to reflect society’s current views of animals and animal guardians, veterinary malpractice suits, suits against police officers for dog shootings, filed appeals with the appellate courts for reconsideration of animal control decisions, and argued for new precedent in cases of negligence and fraud in animal cremation. Christina also worked directly with rescues and animal control to save lives and promote constitutional and legal rights of animals and animal lovers alike.
Since graduating from Pepperdine, Christina’s focus has been primarily personal injury, including mass tort litigation, catastrophic injury, habitability and premises liability, products liability, and suits against railroads for violations of the Federal Employer’s Liability Act.