Christine R. Thompson concentrates her practice in the representation of plaintiffs in medical malpractice, class action, product liability, motor vehicle, food poisoning, and other complex, serious personal injury actions. She participates in all phases of the litigation process, from intake to serving as co-counsel at mediations and at trial. Her experience includes coordinating large-scale document reviews, drafting demand letters, motions and discovery documents, and researching legal issues. Ms. Thompson is also skilled in using technology, including document automation and expert systems, to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the provision of legal services.
Ms. Thompson received her B.A. from Wellesley College and her J.D., cum laude, from Suffolk University Law School. While at Suffolk Law, Ms. Thompson was the Executive Editor of Transnational Law Review. She also won multiple academic awards at Suffolk Law, including two Jurisprudence Awards, which are given to the person receiving the highest grade in a law school section. She has spent extensive time in Mexico and Argentina and is proficient in Spanish.