Practice Areas: Estates, Elder Abuse, Conservatorships, Real Property, Business Litigation, Family
Ms. Wickers handles clients legal needs including representing clients in trial, and appeals.
Ms. Wickers attended Loyola Marymount University and graduated from California State University Northridge receiving a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, with a Finance Emphasis. She obtained her Juris Doctor from Western State College of Law.
Ms. Wickers authored an article for the California State Bar, Trusts and Estates Quarterly titled, Das Closes the Door on Civil Liability for Financial Institutions Failure to Make Mandated Elder Abuse Report, Volume 16, Issue 4. Click here to view the article.
During law school, she worked part time at this office, while earning the Witkin Award for Academic Excellence in Property; working on Western State’s Law Review as a: Student Writer, Symposium Editor and, served on Law Review Board of Directors as their Media Editor.
At law school, she also received a Certificate of Distinguished Public Service and worked with the students serving on the WSU Student Bar Association as the Class Representative for two years. Ms. Wickers also wrote a monthly article in the WSU newspaper, The Precedent called “Ask Christina” and served as the Vice President for their Federalist Society.
Additionally, in the Spring of 2012, Ms. Wickers and Ms. Elmira Danyelian won Second Place at the California State Bar 2012 Negotiation Competition at the University of California, Los Angeles School of Law. Participating schools included Loyola Law School, UC Berkley School of Law, UC Davis School of Law, UC Hastings College of the Law, UCLA School of Law, University of San Francisco School of Law, Chapman University School of Law, California Western School of Law, Empire College School of Law, Golden Gate University School of Law, Santa Clara University School of Law, Southwestern School of Law, Thomas Jefferson School of Law, University of San Francisco School of Law and Whittiier School of Law. In 2011, Ms. Wickers was a California State Bar Certified Law Clerk at the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office in the Hard Core Gang Unit.
In 2012-2013 Ms. Wickers was an assistant coach to the WSU Negotiation Team. In December 2013, she served as a judge the American Collegiate’s Moot Court Association, Regional Moot Court Competition, at Long Beach State. She also served as a judge in the 10th Annual American Bar Association Labor & Employment Law Mock Trial Competition.
Some Non-Profit organizations that Christina Wickers has volunteered for include: American Cancer Society, Relay for Life Beach Cities; Hope for Kids, San Pedro; Cancer Support Community, Redondo Beach; Orangewood Children’s Foundation, Orange; Elks Lodge Redondo Beach.
In her free time she enjoys playing tennis, biking, and viewing what local artists create.
|Attorney Christina M. Wickers Awards||Granting Organization||Date|
|Certificate of Congressional Commendation||U.S. House of Representatives||2013|
|Certificate of Recognition-Outstanding Community Service||City of Carson||2013|
|Certificate of Appreciation-Dedication to Children||City of Los Angeles||2013|
|2nd Place, Negotiation Competition||California State Bar||2012|
|Certificate of Distinguished Public Service||Western State College of Law||2012|
|Academic Excellence Property||Witkin||2009|
|Christina M. Wickers Associations||Association Name||Duration|
|1L and 2L Student Representative||Western States Bar Association||2008–2011|
|Student Writer||Western State Law Review||2009–2010|
|Board of Directors||Western State Law Review||2011–2012|
|Coach||Western State Negotiation Team||2012–2013|
|Judge of Regional Moot Court Competition||American Collegiate’s Moot Court Association||2013–present|
|Judge||American Bar Association Labor & Employment Law Mock Trial Competition||2013|
|Choir Member||LA Lawyers Philharmonic & Legal Voices||2013–2014|
|Member||Los Angeles County Bar Association||2012–present|
|Member||South Bay Bar Association (LA)||2012–present|
|Symposium Editor||Western State Law Review||2010–2011|