Christina Brown is a Colorado-based attorney who was admitted to the Colorado Bar in November 2013.
Christina was born in Baltimore, Maryland and resided in Maryland until attending college at the University of Maine in Orono, Maine. After graduation, Christina's work in politics allowed her to live in a variety of places within the United States, including Maine, Iowa, Texas, Nevada, and Colorado. Christina settled down in Colorado in 2008 and attended law school at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law.
Before attending law school, Christina focused her career efforts in the political arena, working on a number of high profile campaigns nationally and locally. During this time, Christina developed a deep passion for immigration work and decided to make a career change to help provide legal services to the immigrant community. She was passionate about immigration law, and about helping families being torn apart by the immigration system in the United States. She applied to law school in hopes that she could make a difference.
Christina has a deep and abiding passion for immigration advocacy, access to legal services, and access to higher education.
Though a relatively new attorney, Christina has passion for her practice area, dedication to her clients, and determination to make the immigration system of the United States fair to all who live here. Christina has more than 5 years of experience working on a variety of immigration matters in the public and private sectors.
Christina specializes in removal defense, family-based immigration petitions, criminal immigration matters, and asylum cases.
When not working on immigration-related issues, Christina enjoys traveling, spending time with her husband and dogs, hiking, photography, and sailing.