Christina Joynt has a general corporate and commercial litigation practice, with a particular focus in administrative law, regulatory and environmental disputes.
Prior to articling, Christina clerked for six justices at the British Columbia Supreme Court.
Before beginning her legal studies, Christina received her MSc in Water Science, Policy and Management from the University of Oxford. Her Master's thesis focused on environmental assessments and how the process can be improved from a multi-stakeholder perspective. Christina has also worked as the Assistant Director of Water and Irrigation Programs for a non-governmental organization based in Zambia.
While completing her Juris Doctor, Christina volunteered with the Indigenous Law Research Unit, sat on the Board of Directors for the Environmental Law Centre, and was a research assistant for Professor Deborah Curran.
Christina summered and articled with the firm's Vancouver office.