Christine Sciarrino has extensive experience in e-discovery as a project attorney for class action securities fraud litigation. Her legal practice has focused primarily on early resolution of matters with an objective toward achieving optimum results for litigating parties through superb pre-trial preparation and informed decision making. As an attorney with the Firm since 2014, Ms. Sciarrino worked on Wilmington Trust Securities Litigation. She has practiced in many areas of complex civil litigation, including cases involving natural disasters caused by hurricanes, fires, floods, and structural roof collapse. As an experienced practitioner for plaintiffs who have been wronged by financial institutions and other entities, Ms. Sciarrino has most recently dedicated her expertise exclusively to this area.
Ms. Sciarrino graduated from Florida Atlantic University in 1988, where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in History. In 1992, she received her Juris Doctor from the St. Thomas University School of Law. Ms. Sciarrino also earned a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing at Florida Atlantic University in 2004.
Ms. Sciarrino is a member of the Florida Bar.
- St. Thomas University School of Law, JD
- Florida Atlantic University, BA
- Complex Discovery