Christine C. List

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Phone: 603.223.9118
Fax: 603.223.9018



After working as a litigation associate at an international law firm, Christine began her decade long career with the New Hampshire Public Defender’s Office where she has represented thousands of clients facing serious criminal allegations.  Her extensive trial experience is complimented by her determined and effective negotiation style which has allowed her to resolve hundreds of high stakes matters to meet client’s goals.


Christine enjoys spending her free time being active and outdoors – hiking, skiing, camping, and traveling.  She can be found most Sundays on the flag football field and Saturdays rooting for the University of Michigan.

Professional and Community Involvement

Professional Involvement

  • New Hampshire Bar Association, Legislative Committee Member (2017-18), New Lawyer Committee (2018-19)
  • Massachusetts Bar Association
  • New Hampshire Association Criminal Defense Attorneys, Board Member
  • Rockingham County Bar Association
  • Systems Change Initiative, Rockingham County Defense Representative

Community Involvement

  • Participant, Leadership Seacoast (NH) – Class of 2019
  • Governance Committee, Krempels Center – Portsmouth, New Hampshire
  • Seacoast Community School, Parent Committee – Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Honors & Distinctions

  • Honors Program, Roger Williams University School of Law
  • Executive Editor, The Roger Williams Law Review
  • Highest Grade Roger Williams University School of Law – Property II, Torts I, Legal Methods I, Constitutional Law II, Federal Income Tax, Honors Seminar September 11th Litigation
  • Delta Epsilon Iota – National Honor Society, University of Michigan
  • Pi Sigma Alpha – National Political Science Honor Society
  • Psi Chi – National Psychology Honor Society
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