Before joining Feldman & Feldman, Christin Grant worked as a Mitigation Investigator with the Capital Defender’s Office in Northern Virginia. It was there Christin developed her passion for legal advocacy, particularly for the disadvantaged and mentally ill. Christin also worked with patients at a local mental health center, using that experience to later assist in the examination of mental health legal issues for indigent defendants.
In 2011, Christin was an integral member of the legal team that obtained an eleventh-hour stay of execution for Duane Buck after uncovering a legal issue involving racial stereotyping. At the South Texas College of Law, Christin was honored with the Judge John G. Bowes Memorial Writing Award. Her work on Intellectual Disability law in Texas was subsequently published in the South Texas law Review Journal. Christin graduated Magna Cum Laude from South Texas College of Law in May 2012.
From 2010 to 2012, Christin was a Law Clerk for Rusty Hardin & Associates, engaged in all aspects of civil and criminal litigation. Christin was licensed to practice law in 2012 and began working with Cris Feldman at the firm’s inception in October 2012. Primarily, she focuses her practice on personal injury, mental health law, commercial litigation, and consumer law.
Christin obtained her B.A. in Psychology from the University of Texas at Austin in 2002, where she was a proud member of the University of Texas Longhorn Band. In 2004, Christin earned a Master’s Degree in Forensic Psychology while attending Marymount University in Arlington, VA.
In her spare time, Christin enjoys swimming, running, reading and international travel.