Christina Roth, Student-at-Law
Christina has been a member of the Edmonton criminal law community for over five years. Before graduating from the University of Alberta Faculty of Law in 2017 and joining Kurie Queck as a Student-at-Law, Christina worked as a criminal law legal assistant at an Edmonton defence firm. Her experience working as a legal assistant provided a foundation for understanding and working effectively for clients in the criminal justice system.
During Law School, Christina focused on advocacy, criminal law and constitutional issues. She worked extensively with Student Legal Services, successfully advocating for members of Edmonton’s low income community facing criminal charges. She has experience representing people charged with a wide range of offences.
Christina is dedicated to defending those charged with Criminal Code, drug, driving, and regulatory offences, and works hard to get the best possible outcome and most fair treatment for her clients. Christina understands that being charged with a criminal offence is an extremely stressful and overwhelming experience. If you have been charged, Christina would be happy to meet with you for a free consultation to discuss your concerns and options.