Christine is the senior litigation paralegal at Paynter Law. She is a North Carolina Certified Paralegal with over twenty years of legal experience in state and federal courts in areas including personal injury, immigration, and civil litigation. Christine has worked for both plaintiff and defense firms which gives her a wealth of knowledge from opposite ends of the legal spectrum.
At Paynter Law, Christine is responsible for drafting pleadings, discovery requests, and discovery responses. She is in frequent contact with our clients and works closely with our attorneys to make sure client needs are heard and addressed expeditiously. She also handles medical records procurement and analysis, legal research, file organization, trial and deposition preparation, and more.
Christine attended the University of North Carolina where she obtained her B.S. in Administration of Criminal Justice with a concentration in Political Science, and she has a paralegal certificate from Meredith College.
Christine has been heavily involved in local professional organizations and has served as an e-mentor, the social chair, the treasurer, and webmaster for the Raleigh-Wake Paralegal Association. She has also been a member of the North Carolina Bar Association Paralegal Division and the NC Advocates for Justice.