Malley Law Firm, PLLC Welcomes Christina Rumore
Malley Law Firm is excited to announce Christina Rumore as a new attorney to our team.
Christina has experience representing clients on both sides of the bar, beginning her career representing injured victims in asbestos related injury claims and later defending individuals and insurance companies in personal injury, premise liability and construction defect litigation. During this time, she appeared in over a half dozen Texas counties on behalf of her clients. She earned her undergraduate degree in 2000 from The University of Texas at Austin and her law degree in 2003 from South Texas College of Law. While in school, she interned at the Texas State Board of Pharmacy with Justice John S. Anderson of the Fourteenth Court of Appeals and with the American Red Cross. She was admitted to the Texas State Bar in 2003.
Christina, a third generation Houstonian, is a proud alumni of Catholic schools in Houston including St. Agnes Academy. After beginning their careers in Austin, Christina and her husband, a CPA in the oil and gas industry and a St. Thomas High School graduate, relocated to their hometown. Over the past 9 years, their family has grown along with their careers. They live with their son and daughter in the medical center area. Despite her demanding career, Christina holds leadership roles in her children’s schools, including chairing the annual fundraisers.
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