Christina Rorabeck

Prior to coming to Kingston, I was born and raised in the small community of Read, Ontario which is just outside of Belleville, Ontario. I completed my undergraduate degree at the University of Western Ontario before returning to eastern Ontario to attend law school at Queen’s University. Upon my call to the Bar in 2005, I began juggling the practice of law while raising my young family.

Throughout my career there has been only one area of practice for me and that is family law. Whether it is negotiating a matter to resolution or litigating in Court, I aim to provide my clients with quality and trustworthy service. I also continue to apply and enhance my skills in other parts of the family law system, including being appointed as a Dispute Resolution Office (DRO) in the Superior Court of Justice, as a per diem Duty counsel for Legal Aid Ontario and as a volunteer lawyer with Luke’s Place.

When I am not practicing law, I am active with Girl Guides of Canada (where I have been a member since I was a Brownie myself), the Transplant Advocates Association (which is an organization promoting organ donation awareness and transplant support), and I am heavily involved in my children’s activities. When I do find time for myself I enjoy playing Euchre, attending trivia, reading and travelling.