Christine A. Robles
Christine A. Robles is an attorney in the firm’s San Diego office, where she represents corporate clients in a variety of employment and labor litigation matters. Christine’s practice focuses on litigating and defending clients in wage and hour, harassment, retaliation, and discrimination disputes. Christine is admitted to practice in the State of California and the United States District Court for the Southern, Central, Northern, and Eastern Districts of California.
Christine started her practice in September 2015, where she was a litigation associate in the Los Angeles office of a top 10 global law firm. Prior to joining Pettit Kohn, Christine focused her practice on defending pharmaceutical, medical device, and automotive companies in product liability matters; defending clients in consumer products and wage and hour class actions; and representing corporate clients in general commercial litigation matters. Christine also brings invaluable trial and arbitration experience to the Pettit Kohn team.
Christine received her Juris Doctor in 2015 from the University of California, Irvine School of Law. While in law school, Christine was a Judicial Extern for Associate Justice Richard M. Aronson at the California Court of Appeal, and she also received Pro Bono High Honors upon graduating with more than 200 hours of pro bono service. Christine received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Legal Studies from the University of California, Berkeley in 2010. Christine was a member of UC Berkeley’s premiere independent co-ed a cappella group, serving as its director in her final year.
- California Minority Counsel Program
- Filipino American Lawyers of San Diego
- San Diego County Bar Association
- State Bar of California
- University of California, Irvine School of Law (J.D., 2015)
- University of California, Berkeley (B.A., 2010)
- Co-Author, “Recognizing and Addressing the Problems Presented by Differential Diagnosis Testimony,” Norton Rose Fulbright (February, 2017)
- Co-Author, “Mental Health and Ending Female Genital Mutilation,” Los Angeles Daily Journal (October 10, 2014)