Christine Andreoli has a decade and a half experience in the practice of law. Post-graduation from Villanova University School of Law, Christine became a member of the Virginia and Washington DC Bars and worked in the litigation and controversy group of Wilmer, Cutler, Pickering, Hale, and Dorr. Christine moved to the Williamsburg, Virginia area to be closer to her parents in late 2010 and her practice has included both private defense work as well as time serving as an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney. For the majority of her private practice, Christine has served as a court appointed defense counsel in state civil commitment hearings and has held the status of a qualified Guardian ad litem for both juveniles and incapacitated adults. Her current practice focuses on cases involving children and adults struggling with mental health challenges, special education, custody/visitation, estate planning, and guardianships / conservatorships.
In addition to her law practice, Christine is involved with the Greater Peninsula Women’s Bar Association, the Williamsburg Bar Association, and is a current member of the NAMI Williamsburg Board of Directors. A big believer in “getting the information out there,” Christine has served as an adjunct professor since 2011, currently teaches courses in Business Law, Administrative and Personnel Law, Substantive Criminal Law, Juvenile Justice, and Substantive Criminal Procedure, and regularly speaks on topics involving special education and mental health law.