Christina Luo

Senior Associate

Christina Luo represents clients in high-stakes commercial litigation in federal court and investigations across a range of practice areas, including civil and criminal antitrust law, intellectual property, trademark, trade secret, white-collar, and business litigation. Ms. Luo has experience in all stages of litigation, including handling fast-moving cases during discovery, taking and defending depositions, and serving as a key member of a trial team. 

Ms. Luo maintains an active pro bono practice, with a focus on immigration and asylum issues. Her pro bono matters include representing a class of immigrants who pursued lawful status through the provisional waiver process in challenging the Department of Homeland Security’s unlawful detention and removal procedures, as well as a class of prisoners who are deaf or hard of hearing in challenging the Massachusetts Department of Corrections’ emergency evacuation policies. Ms. Luo has also represented several asylees throughout the asylum process, including most recently a married couple from China who won asylum at their removal hearing.

During law school, Ms. Luo was a judicial intern for the Honorable Evan J. Wallach of the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and a writing fellow for first-year and international law students.  Prior to law school, Ms. Luo was an honors paralegal at the Federal Trade Commission, where she worked on antitrust, privacy, and consumer protection issues for former Commissioner Terrell McSweeny.


    • Defending a large life-sciences pharmaceutical company in patent infringement litigation brought by the United States government.
    • Representing innovative jewelry company in trademark dispute with a major jewelry company.
    • Representing leading aluminum manufacturer in antitrust and intellectual property litigation against competitor.

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  • Education

    • JD, Boston University School of Law, 2019

      cum laude Notes Editor, Boston University International Law Journal
    • BA, International Relations and History, Tufts University, 2013

      cum laude
  • Admissions

    • Massachusetts

  • Languages

    • English



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