Christine E. Huber
Areas of Practice:
Appellate Division, Social Security Disability (Federal Court)
Connecticut – 2013
U.S. District Court, District of Connecticut – 2013
Seattle University School of Law, J.D., cum laude – 2009
University of Washington, B.A. – 2005
Born and raised in Washington State, Christine completed her juris doctorate degree at the Seattle University School of Law, where she was a board member of Young Democrats and the International Law Fraternity, Phi Alpha Delta, as well as a mentor in the Women’s Law Caucus. During her time in law school, Christine worked as a court certified intern representing indigent clients charged with misdemeanors, felonies and assisted on a capital punishment case as a public defender.
After graduating law school, Christine went on to represent the rights of the injured as a personal injury litigation attorney in Washington. During her time in Seattle, Christine met and married her husband, an officer in the United States Navy Submarine Force, and proceeded to move around the country. During their time in Connecticut, Christine became licensed and worked advocating for the rights of injured workers in Workers Compensation Litigation, both state and federal jurisdictions, as well as continuing her litigation efforts in the field of personal injury.
Upon moving to northern Virginia, Christine joined the appellate section of Osterhout Berger Disability Law where she continues her passion of advocating for the rights of the individual. She greatly values the opportunity to help her clients obtain the benefits they truly deserve
In her free time, Christine enjoys time with her husband and their two young children while exploring their new home towns, as well as cooking, exercising and spending time with friends.