Christina Sears is a graduate of Howard University in Washington, DC, (summa cum laude, 2002), where she earned her bachelor's degree, with honors, in Communication and Culture, and a minor in Psychology. She earned her law degree at Tulane University (L'05) in New Orleans, LA, with honors. Christina was recognized as Trial Advocate of the Year in 2004, a distinction typically awarded to 3rd year law students; Christina was the first 2nd year law student to earn this prestigious award in the law school's 157-year history.
Since graduating from law school, Christina has advocated for her clients in courts throughout the state of Georgia, from juvenile court and municipal court trials before judges, to felony jury trials. Christina has successfully presented dozens of cases to verdict in Georgia's State and Superior Courts. She has also successfully authored appellate briefs filed with Georgia's Court of Appeals.
Prior to starting her own practice, Christina worked as a defense attorney for one of the largest insurance providers in the country. She also prosecuted felony cases as an assistant district attorney for the Fulton County District Attorney's Office.
Christina is passionate about trial lawyering and begins building every case for trial from the moment she opens a case file. She believes the key to successful case resolution is communicating with her clients early and often. She practices purposeful and authentic communication with her clients, which in turn allows her to deliver a carefully crafted presentation to a thoughtfully selected jury at trial.
In addition to her personal injury practice, Christina currently serves as Solicitor for the City of South Fulton, Georgia, where she resides. In her spare time, Christina enjoys traveling, reading, and attending concerts and sporting events. She also enjoys speaking to students for career day at local schools.