Christine is a lawyer with the Tax group and advises on corporate, investment funds and banking matters. Christine also has expertise in European Law and in particular in the field of European State Aid Law. She regularly contributes articles to the leading pan European publication for State Aid Law, ESTAL, as correspondent for Ireland.
Christine joined Maples and Calder's Dublin office in 2014 and has also worked in the firm's Hong Kong office. Prior to joining Maples and Calder, Christine worked in the European Commission as part of the Directorate General of Competition as well as in law firms in Spain and France.
University of King's College, London, England – Masters degree in Competition Law
IE Business School Madrid, Spain – Masters degree in Spanish Corporate Law including MBA modules
University of Complutense, Madrid, Spain – dual degree in French and Spanish Corporate Law
University of Paris La Sorbonne, Paris, France - dual degree in French and Spanish Corporate Law
Professional / Civic Activities
Irish Innocence Project
Law Society of Ireland
Law Society of Madrid (Colegio de Abogados)
2017 – Admitted as a solicitor in Ireland
2017 - Admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales (not practising as an English solicitor)
2012 – Admitted as a solicitor in Spain (not practising as a Spanish solicitor)
Areas of Expertise
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