|California - CA||2 years|
|Illinois - IL||14 years|
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Christine Harney has extensive experience in dissolution of marriage proceedings, including: negotiating and litigating the division of multi-million dollar estates; representing business-owners or their spouses in litigation involving complex forensic accounting and business valuation issues; litigating child-related issues; and empathetically counseling clients through emotionally charged parenting disputes.
Christine has received numerous accolades during her time practicing family law, including selection as one of “Forty under 40” by the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin at the age of 32, selection to the Illinois Rising Stars list by “Super Lawyers” in 2017, and selection as an “Emerging Lawyer” by Illinois Leading Lawyers from 2015-2016.
Christine has served as a member of the Chicago Bar Association Young Lawyers’ Section Executive Council and co-chair of the Family Law Committee of the Chicago Bar Association Young Lawyer’s Section. Additionally, she has guest lectured on child support, maintenance, and temporary relief at Loyola University Chicago School of Law.
During law school, Christine interned at the Loyola Community Law Center Clinic where she served the indigent community in family law proceedings and acted as a Guardian Ad Litem with a. Christine also participated in Moot Court as a member of the Chicago Bar Association team. She graduated from Loyola University Chicago School of Law with a Certificate in Trial Advocacy.
Selected to Chicago Daily Law Bulletin’s “Forty under 40,″ 2016
Illinois Super Lawyers Rising Star, 2017
Illinois Leading Lawyer “Emerging Lawyer” honoree, 2015 and 2016
J.D., Loyola University Chicago School of Law, 2008
B.A., Loyola University Chicago, 2005 (Cum Laude)
Bar Admissions Degree