Christina J. Bostick is an Associate in the Commercial Litigation and Family Law & Fiduciary Litigation practice groups. Her practice principally focuses on domestic relations matters, including separation, divorce, support, custody disputes, and guardianships for disabled adults and minors. Ms. Bostick also supports the Firm's Medical Malpractice and Personal Injury Department.
Ms. Bostick received her Juris Doctor from Georgetown University Law Center. While at Georgetown, she served as Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Law and Modern Critical Race Perspectives. Her student note entitled, A Barrel of Laughs? Or, A River of Tears?: The Problem with African Americans Using Comedy to Air Dirty Laundry was well-received among influential critical race scholars and was published in the fall of 2010. Ms. Bostick also participated in the University’s Street Law and International Human Rights clinics. As a Street Law participant, she taught, mentored, and prepared inner-city high school students to compete in a citywide mock trial competition. While working with the Human Rights clinic, Ms. Bostick focused on domestic violence casework and also played an integral role in lobbying for the passing of a Kenyan Marriage Bill.
She received her Bachelor of Arts, with honors, in English, from Spelman College where she was an active student leader, serving in such highly esteemed roles as Secretary of the Spelman Student Government Association and Executive Planning Director for various campus-wide events and productions.
- A Barrel of Laughs? Or, A River of Tears?: The Problem with African Americans Using Comedy to Air Dirty Laundry, Georgetown Journal of Law and Modern Critical Race Perspectives, Vol. 2, Issue 2, Fall, 2010.
Professional & Community Affiliations
- American Inns of Court
- Baltimore Council on Foreign Affairs
- Board Diversity Apprentice Project
- Goody Two Shoes, Inc (Member of the Board)
- J. Franklyn Boone Bar Association
- Montgomery County Bar Association
- Mongomery County Inns of Court
- National Alumni Association of Spellman College - WDC
- Nunc Pro Tunc, Inc. (Member of the Board)