Christine Anderson Ferraris

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Christine Anderson Ferraris

– Attorney

Christine Anderson Ferraris

Attorney Christine Anderson Ferraris has focused her practice over the pasts several years on consumers and small businesses who have been harmed by fraud and deception. With a passion to help those who have been unfairly treated, Christine primarily handles litigation in family and civil trial courts.

Christine was born in Providence, Rhode Island, but spent her youth in Seattle, Washington and around Portland, Oregon. She spent most of her time in the foothills of Mount Hood tubing down the Sandy River, picking blueberries and blackberries. The Rocky Mountains drew her to Boulder, Colorado, where she studied Business and French at the University of Colorado. For several years, Christine competed as a professional runner, with a personal best time of 2:28:18 in the London marathon in 1997 (under her maiden name, Christine McNamara). She also won the United States Championship in the 5,000 meters in 1993 and placed 5th in the U.S. Olympic Trials Marathon in 1992.

From 2004 to 2007, Christine returned to the East Coast to complete her Doctor of Law degree (J.D.) from Roger Williams School of Law, close to the beach in Bristol, Rhode Island. In 2015, the mountains and warm weather in Tucson, Arizona convinced her to give up the beautiful beaches of Cape Cod and Nantucket, and close her law practice in Massachusetts.

Prior to working for the Arizona Attorney General, Christine represented consumers and businesses in state and federal courts in Illinois, Vermont, and Massachusetts. In addition to providing legal representation, Christine was a court-appointed investigator in child and protection cases, and served as a family court advocate and conciliator. Christine strongly advocates that her efforts, on behalf of clients, center around seeking a reasonable solution, short of costly litigation. Nevertheless, she is always deeply motivated to seek justice through the courts, especially on behalf of those treated unfairly by a business or government entity.