Christina S. Liang
Christina received her J.D. from Golden Gate University (GGU) School of Law in San Francisco with certificates in Public Interest and Business Litigation as a night student. She graduated from University of Washington in Seattle with an undergraduate Bachelor of Arts degree in International Studies.
At GGU, Christina completed a six-month externship for the Hon. Maria-Elena James (Ret.) Magistrate Judge in the Northern District of California as well as an internship with Hon. Newton Lam in San Francisco Superior Court.
By graduation, Christina ultimately contributed over 1000 pro bono hours as a certified law student able to practice under the guidance and counsel of supervising attorneys at GGU’s Women’s Employment Rights Clinic and as volunteer intake evaluator with California Lawyers for the Arts (CLA) in Berkeley.
In practice, Christina has a broad array of experience in both general practice and criminal defense, such as: employment law, elder abuse, family law, domestic violence and elder abuse restraining orders, real property disputes, probate litigation, and business litigation as well as federal practice. After representing mainly Chinese immigrants who were often under-represented or overlooked due to language or cultural barriers, Christina’s broad experience gives her the ability to make well-rounded assessments of client’s legal needs. Now, Christina focuses on advocating for the unheard voices of all minorities as a workers’ rights and civil rights advocate.
Christina is conversationally fluent in Mandarin Chinese.