CHRISTINE CLOLINGER‘s practice primarily focuses on the areas of Real Estate, Land Use, Construction, and Administrative Law. During law school, she worked for City of Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, and the National Sea Grant Law Center, thereby accumulating knowledge of the legal practices of governmental entities at both the local and state levels. A native of Theodore, Alabama, Christine returned home to practice with Davis & Fields, and is enjoying the increased time spent with her parents and extended family.
Baldwin County Bar Association
Springhill Avenue Temple
Rotaract Club of the Eastern Shore
Alabama State Bar
EDUCATION AND HONORS
Florida State University College of Law, J.D.
Certificate in Environmental and Land Use Law
Student Animal Legal Defense Fund, President
Chapter of the Year Award, 2014
Outstanding Service Award, Animal Law Committee of the Florida Bar, 2015
Second place, Florida Air & Waste Management Student Competition, 2013
Most Unique Chili, Tallahassee Bar Association, 2015
Research assistant for textbook What Can Animal Law Learn from Environmental Law?, by Randal Abate.
Advocates for Immigrant and Refugee Rights, President
Berry College, B.S. in Environmental Science
Honors Student Union
Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities
Sigma Delta Pi Honors Society
Berry College Office of Environmental Compliance and Sustainability, Student Manager
Interned abroad in Bulgaria, Costa Rica, and Ireland