Christina J. Cundict, B.A. (Hon.), LL.B
Christina obtained her law degree from the University of Alberta’s Faculty of Law in 2007. Following her graduation, she practiced for 3 years with a large full service regional firm in Edmonton – gaining advocacy experience in both the Provincial Court and Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta and considerable exposure to alternative dispute resolution processes. Christina is committed to providing her clients with practical, effective and efficient legal representation to help them navigate the breakdown of their personal relationships.
Christina is also active in the community. She was a founding member of the Grant MacEwan Global Education Fund Committee and has volunteered with both the Canadian Cancer Society as a Relay for Life Sub-Committee Chair and the Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. She was involved with student organizations during both her undergraduate studies and law school – holding elected positions on the Political Science Undergraduate Students’ Association, the University of Alberta’s Model UN Club, the Faculty of Law’s Articling Committee and the Law Students’ Association. Outside of the office, Christina enjoys playing volleyball in both the EVA and the ESSC, curling and reading.