Christine Bacon, Esq. is an experienced business litigator handling complex issues for sophisticated clients in federal and state court. Her practice has included matters in commercial law, real estate, creditors’ rights, banking, construction, contracts, and business organizations. In addition, she has published numerous legal articles for Thomson Reuters/Westlaw in the areas of First Amendment speech protection, international and intellectual property law, and various federal statutes involving business matters.
Bacon began her career in the trenches of New York City as a ‘biglaw’ attorney where her writing ability garnered her a reputation that caused partners to seek her out for their project teams. She listens deeply to her clients and has a knack for translating their goals into compelling legal narratives. Over the course of her career, Bacon added group training facilitator, award-winning writer, published author, non-profit executive, senior military spouse, media spokesperson, and successful grassroots advocate to her repertoire. As a visionary and analytic thinker, Bacon leverages these experiences, along with her master’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies, to find holistic approaches resulting in successful outcomes for her clients.
Bacon earned a law degree from Rutgers University School of Law – Newark where she was an editor for the Rutgers Law Review, a Legal Research & Writing instructor, intern for the Honorable Rosie M. Barnes in the House of Commons, U.K., and president of the International Law Society. She has held numerous non-profit board positions and is currently serving as Vice-President for The Traveling School, an international semester school with a mission to empower young women to spark change in the world. She is admitted to practice in the State of New York and the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. Admission to the D.C. Bar is pending.