Christina Folds is part of a team of lawyers that advises clients across an array of labor and employment issues, including restrictive covenant agreements, US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and US Department of Labor investigations, and compliance with federal, state, and local employment laws. The team also represents companies in complex and single-plaintiff employment actions and works with employers to establish and implement policies that reduce the risk of litigation.
While in law school, Christina served as an executive editor for the NYU Law Review, was a member of the Identity Documents Project, and worked as a translator for the Immigrant Rights Project’s asylum clinic. She also participated in two NYU clinics. As a student advocate with the Global Justice Clinic, she studied the efficacy of an immigrant rights organization’s legal empowerment programs. Through the Civil Litigation Employment Law Clinic, Christina investigated and drafted wage-and-hour and discrimination claims. She also interned with the New York City Commission on Human Rights, assisting the Law Enforcement Bureau in the investigation and prosecution of violations of the NYC Human Rights Law in the contexts of housing, public accommodation, and employment.
New York University School of Law, 2021, J.D.
Vanderbilt University, 2014, B.A., Political Science and Spanish majors; Corporate Strategy minor
US District Court for the Northern District of Florida
US District Court for the Middle District of Florida
US District Court for the Southern District of Florida