Christina N. Morgan

Partner

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VF Team Role:

Christina is an attorney in VF Law’s Arizona office who represents HOAs in a broad spectrum of areas, including general counsel, enforcement, construction defects, collections, and bankruptcy. Christina particularly enjoys assisting HOAs in complex civil litigation and difficult enforcement matters. 

Professional Experience:

Following graduation from law school, Christina clerked for the Honorable Thomas H. Keadle of the Twenty-Sixth Judicial Circuit of West Virginia. She then represented coal companies as part of the Federal Black Lung and Litigation Departments of Jackson Kelly in Morgantown, West Virginia. Christina moved to Arizona in 2009 and began practicing HOA law at Maxwell & Morgan and Jackson White before joining VF Law in 2013.

Education:

  • J.D., West Virginia University College of Law, Order of Coif, 2007
  • B.S., Baylor University, Magna Cum Laude, 2002

 Professional Involvement:

  • PR Committee Member of Community Associations Institute (CAI), Central Arizona Chapter
  • Instructor for AACM’s Certified Arizona Association Manager Program

Bar/Court Admissions:

  • Arizona State Bar
  • West Virginia State Bar
  • Federal Court of Arizona
  • United States Court of Appeals, Ninth and Fourth Circuits

Personal/Family:

Christina’s father is also a lawyer who attended the West Virginia University College of Law. Christina went to class with her father at age nine. Her father and legal professors joke that it only took her two decades to graduate. Christina had her son during law school and wonders if he will be the third generation of lawyers.