Boston University School of Law
JD, 2016 

American Journal of Law &
Medicine, Note Editor 

Boston University
BA, 2011, magna cum laude



U.S. District Court, Massachusetts

Practice Areas

Christina Lau


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Christina Lau is a member of the firm’s litigation department. Ms. Lau participated in the firm’s summer associate program in 2015.

Ms. Lau is a graduate of Boston University School of Law, where she served as Co-Director of the 2016 Homer Albers Prize Moot Court Competition, Note Editor for the American Journal of Law & Medicine, and Secretary of the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association. During law school, Ms. Lau also interned in the Narcotics and Asset Forfeiture Unit at the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office and for The Honorable Indira Talwani at the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts. After her first year of law school, Ms. Lau participated in MassMutual Financial Group’s 1L Diversity Clerkship Program, working as a summer associate at a large law firm in New York City and as a law clerk in the Law Department at MassMutual’s headquarters in Springfield, Massachusetts.

Prior to attending law school, Ms. Lau worked in the Negotiation, Organization, and Markets Unit at Harvard Business School, where she performed research and served as a course coordinator for MBA and Doctoral courses.

Practice Focus

Litigation: representation of leading corporations and financial institutions in complex commercial litigation.


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