CHRISTINA J. BOSTICK
Attorney at Law
Founder and Managing Director
Innovative. Intuitive. Intelligent. Inspired.
It is this unique combination of characteristics that make Christina stand out, not only as a litigator, but also as a leader as she embarks to build a legal practice based on modern day principles of activism, technological innovation, and client relations. The corporate motto:
– Protecting family. Pursuing justice. Promoting philanthropy. Pioneering the future. . . –
is the first hint that this is not your old-school law practice, often too focused on billing and the bottom line when your feelings, your safety, or your livelihood are at stake. Rather, Christina brings a fresh perspective to an old business: "The true value of a Law Office is the people it serves,” says Ms. Bostick. “With people, come relationships. New relationships breed blossoming opportunities. Opportunity creates new ideas from which justice can spring, businesses can be raised, and families can triumph, even in the face of adversity. In this way, we all build wealth together, support one another, and grow into a future the collective can be proud of.”
Christina started a solo practice when she recognized grave injustices in lawsuits brought against undeserving citizens and the mistreatment and exploitation of working-class people by powerhouse law firms. As a result, Bostick Law Office was born. Today, business is thriving the Bostick Law team is growing. Christina attributes the success of the practice to a team building approach, dedicated commitment to advocacy, and an eye on justice, both in the courtroom and in the world of enterprise.
Christina is experienced in all aspects of litigation across a broad spectrum of practice areas, and has tried, mediated, and arbitrated claims in employment law, civil rights law, family law, and general litigation, among other areas. As a result of this diverse and comprehensive training in and exposure to these varied practices, Christina is a multi-talented attorney with strong advocacy skills and a creative problem-solving technique that she often implements in her litigation practice to deliver unexpectedly just results.
Christina attended Spelman College where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in English. She earned her Juris Doctorate from Georgetown University Law Center as a Keller Foundation Scholarship recipient. While attending Georgetown, she served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Modern Critical Race Perspectives and published her student note : A Barrel of Laughs? Or, A River of Tears: The Problems with African Americans Using Comedy to Air Dirty Laundry.