Christina Loni is senior counsel at WSHB’s Rancho Cucamonga office. Christina is experienced in handling a broad range of civil litigation matters, including catastrophic injury, invasion of privacy, employment law, landlord tenant, and construction defect. In practice, Christina is a strong advocate for her clients facing claims of unfair employment practices and negligence in both state and federal court.
Prior to law school, Christina attended the University of Illinois at Chicago, where she graduated with a major in Philosophy and a minor in Criminology. After graduating from UIC, Christina moved to California where she obtained her law degree from the University of La Verne College of Law, graduating magna cum laude. While at La Verne, Christina served as Chief Executive Editor for the Law Review, which granted her the opportunity to organize La Verne Law Review’s 2016 Symposium regarding the Realities of Mass Incarceration in America Today. During law school, Christina also published a note in the La Verne Law Review, competed for the Mock Trial Team in the San Diego Defense Lawyers and the Texas Young Lawyers Association Competitions, competed for the Alternative Dispute Resolution Team in the Representation in Mediation Competition, and served as a teaching assistant in Torts, Criminal Law, and Legal Writing. During her third year of law school, Christina was a judicial extern for the United States Bankruptcy Court, Central District.
In her free time, Christina enjoys philosophical readings and practicing yoga.
- University of La Verne College of Law (J.D., 2016, magna cum laude)
- University of Illinois at Chicago (B.A., 2011)
Licensed to Practice in
- U.S. District Court, Central District of California
- Newsroom, 6.1.21
- Christina Rudolph, Note, California Senate Bill 967 Does Not Make Everyone a Rapist: Proposed Guidelines for Analyzing the Ambiguities of Bill 967, 36 U. La Verne L. Rev. 299 (2015)