Christina Kaye Sorenson, Esq.
Christina Kaye Sorenson, Esq., joined the Juvenile Law Center as the Juvenile Law Center’s sixteenth Sol and Helen Zubrow Fellow in Children’s Law. As a Fellow, Christina supports all aspects of Juvenile Law Center’s work in the child welfare and juvenile justice arena.
Christina graduated from the University of Richmond Law School in 2015. While in Law School Christina advocated on behalf of youth through her work with advocacy organizations and legal clinics, including the Cook County Public Guardian’s Office as a 2014 University of Michigan Bergstrom Child Welfare Law Fellow. Upon graduation, Christina was awarded the Orell-Brown Award for Clinical Excellence by the Children’s Law Center, which is awarded by faculty to honor demonstrated excellence in the direct representation skills. Additionally, Christina earned the Pro Bono Certificate, for her significant devotion to pro bono and public interest work, and the Family Law Certificate of Concentration with Distinction.
After law school, Christina served as a law clerk to the Honorable Robert B. Coonin and the Honorable Arlene Minus Coppadge of the Unified Family Court in the State of Delaware, where she had the opportunity to observe all aspects of trial litigation which impact children, including child welfare, juvenile justice and civil.
Christina’s passion for child advocacy stems from her own involvement with the child welfare system, from ages five to fourteen, when she achieved permanency through adoption. Prior to law school, Christina pursued a career in accounting, while volunteering with a variety of youth centered programs. Christina is a 2006 graduate of Luther College with an undergraduate degree in Accounting with French and Economics minors and an emphasis in International Business.