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Cynthia M. Christian


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Stanford Law School, J.D., 1983; Order of the Coif; Note Editor, Stanford Law Review

Cornell University, B.S., Honors, Natural Resources, 1979


Hon. Louis Pollak, United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, 1983-1985


Pennsylvania, District of Columbia, and Florida

United States Supreme Court

Cynthia Christian's main practice areas are commercial and complex litigation.

Since joining Boies, Schiller & Flexner LLP in 1997, Ms. Christian has worked on several significant matters, including litigation relating to the continued viability and/or interpretation and application of long-term power purchase agreements between public utilities and independent power production facilities. She also has been involved in federal and state court litigation and a domestic arbitration arising out of an unsuccessful international development joint venture, the prosecution of major class action and multi-district litigation involving, inter alia, civil RICO claims, and the defense of class action litigation relating to the use of public utility easements.

From 1994-1997, Ms. Christian was of counsel to the law firm of Duker & Barrett in Orlando, where she primarily was involved in antitrust, contract and class action litigation. Prior to that, she was the General Counsel of Greenpeace in Washington, DC from 1988-1993. In that capacity, Ms. Christian oversaw all internal legal matters and litigation for that organization. Ms. Christian's legal career began as an associate at the law firm of Rogovin, Huge & Lenzner in Washington from 1985-1988, where she focused on labor litigation as well as corporate transactions and advice.

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