Christina M. Tulloch
Law School: Charleston School of Law, J.D., 2015.
College: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), B.A. Political Science, focus in Legal Studies; Minors in Leadership & Social Change and Philosophy, 2012.
Biography: Christina is a Virginia native and has lived in Northern Virginia her entire life. Christina has always been a positive member of her community and has worked to better Loudoun County since she was a child. In high school, Christina was extremely involved in school leadership and was an avid member of Loudoun County’s Youth Initiative Board. In college, Christina shaped her legal aspirations by being involved in Virginia Tech’s Leadership Program, Phi Alpha Delta Fraternity, Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority and the Virginia Tech Alumni Association. In law school Christina worked as a law clerk in a local law firm, in Charleston, South Carolina. During breaks, Christina interned at the Commonwealth Attorney’s office, here in Loudoun County, where she earned her third year practice certificate and was able to litigate in the Loudoun County Court system. After graduation, Christina came to work at our firm and has been an instrumental leader in aiding our clients through the arduous and tedious discovery process.
- Charleston School of Law, Office of the President, Special Recognition for Completing over 100 Pro Bono Hours
- Charleston School of Law, Trial Advocacy Board, Founder’s Award for Professionalism and Ethics in Trial Advocacy
- The Center for Computer Assisted Legal Instruction, CALI Excellence for the Future Awards, Criminal Justice Ethics in Practice
- Virginia BAR Association, Student Member
- Charleston County BAR Association, Student Member
- Loudoun Young Professionals, Member
- Charleston School of Law Student Bar Association, 3L Senator
- Charleston School of Law Student Bar Association, Student Grants Committee
- Charleston School of Law Trial Advocacy Board, Member
- Charleston School of Law Trial Advocacy Board, Vice President of Media Relations
- South Carolina Association for Justice – Charleston School of Law Chapter, Secretary
- Loudoun Advisory Commission on Youth, Former Member
- Loudoun Youth Initiative, Former Member