Christine Green

  • B.A., Economics, Journalism, University of Alabama, summa cum laude
  • J.D., University of Alabama School of Law, cum laude
Bar & Court Admissions
  • Alabama Bar
  • Georgia Bar
  • Northern District of Alabama
  • Middle District of Alabama
  • Southern District of Alabama

With a focus in labor and employment law and litigation, Christine Green has counseled and represented many clients on matters concerning Americans with Disabilities Act Title I, II, and III claims, EEOC discrimination charges, Title VII issues, Fair Labor Standards Act issues and collective actions at the pre-certification and de-certification stages, and non-competition/non-solicitation actions, to name a few.

Working closely with a client’s management group or human resources division, she helps develop and implement practical and efficient policies and procedures that are compliant with the latest state and federal labor and employment laws.

Christine takes a practical approach to assisting her clients. She understands the impact that a legal matter can have on a small to mid-size business. So she works with her clients to achieve efficient and manageable solutions.

Within her L&E law practice, Christine specializes in ADA Public Accessibility issues, particularly in representing clients facing public accessibility lawsuits, as well as consulting businesses on voluntary compliance with the ADA’s accessible design standards.

Along with her legal experience, Christine can boast being a published author, having written for Alabama Law Review, The Crimson White Newspaper, Trucker’s News Magazine, Overdrive Magazine, and A highlighted publication includes “The Cost of Low-Price Organics:  How Corporate Organics Have Weakened Organic Food Production Standards,” 59 Ala. L. Rev. 799 (2008). She also conducted an independent research project while in law school: “Protecting Pets in Peril:  An Assessment of New State Laws Protecting Family Pets from Domestic Violence.”

Christine is a big believer in giving back to her community and has volunteered with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Birmingham, Triumph Services, and The Women’s Fund Voices Against Violence Initiative. When not assisting clients, Christine is a renaissance woman with a wide swath of interests and hobbies. She enjoys the calm of yoga, meditation, and connecting with nature, while also indulging in the high energy of running and adventure races. She taps into her creative side with drawing, designing metal artwork and jewelry, and food and wine.