Christina Potter advocates on behalf of policyholders in first-party property insurance and insurance bad faith cases. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and International Studies from the University of South Florida and received her Juris Doctor from American University – Washington College of Law. During law school, she served as the Co-Editor-In-Chief of a legal publication and as President of the Latina/o Law Students’ Association.
Christina excelled in her trial advocacy courses and as a student attorney in her law school’s Civil Advocacy Clinic where she learned valuable advocacy skills. Throughout law school, she worked as a law clerk, and also interned at the United States Department of Labor and the Maryland Court of Appeals, the highest appellate court in Maryland.
A native of Miami, Florida, Christina is bilingual in Spanish and English and enjoys being by the water. During her free time, she likes spending time with her family and energetic dog, being a big sister for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tampa Bay, and finding new places to eat.
American University – Washington College of Law
University of South Florida
Bachelor of Arts
Double Major in Economics and International Studies