Christina D. Hills was admitted to the Michigan Bar and to the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Michigan, in 1993 after having graduated from the University of Michigan (Bachelor of Arts in Economics, 1990) and the University of Detroit School of Law (Juris Doctor 1993). She has been a member of the Michigan Bar Association (Family Law Section), and the Monroe County Bar Association since 1993.
Christina has practiced law in Monroe County for 29 years. She has worked exclusively as a private lawyer. She has represented both Plaintiffs and Defendants in litigation matters, including family law, criminal defense and general civil cases.
Currently, Christina devotes most of her practice to family law and criminal law.
Christina has been an active member of the Monroe community.
She has previously served as President of Soroptimist International of Monroe County and as both secretary and treasurer of the Monroe County Bar Association, currently again serving as secretary. She has also served as a member of the Board of Directors of CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Monroe County. Christina spends her time away from the office reading and traveling with her husband. Christina has two adult sons who both attended Meadow Montessori from The Nest through eighth grade.