Christina Casadonte-Apostolou joined McIntyre as an associate in the complex litigation division in 2012. Her practice focuses on civil and commercial litigation and immigration law.
Christina attended Stetson University College of Law and received her law degree in 2012, graduating with honors. While in law school, Christina served as a research assistant in health law, worked as a teaching assistant for federal civil procedure, and competed with the alternative dispute resolution board’s negotiation and client counseling teams. She also interned for the Honorable David A. Demers of Florida’s Sixth Judicial Circuit and the Honorable Judge Elizabeth A. Kovachevich for the Middle District of Florida prior to graduating.
Christina received her bachelor’s degree in international studies and journalism from Emory University in 2007. Before attending law school, Christina interned for the Carter Center (Former President Carter’s NGO), worked for the Japanese Ministry of Cultural Affairs in Hikone, Japan, and wrote for a Florida newspaper. She is a member of the Tampa Bay Area Committee on Foreign Relations Advisory Board and Best Buddies Tampa Bay.