Christine M. Dugger
Christine Dugger is an associate with the firm. She advises clients on a variety of public agency issues impacting local government and special districts, including conflicts of interest, elections and redistricting, the Brown Act, the Public Records Act, and the Political Reform Act. Christine’s practice also includes challenging administrative decisions and orders in the courts.
Prior to joining the firm, Christine was an associate attorney at Olson Remcho, formerly Olson, Hagel & Fishburn, where her practice involved advising public officials on their obligations under the Political Reform Act. Christine also advised elected officials, campaigns, and PACs on local, state, and federal campaign finance obligations.
Christine received her J.D. from McGeorge School of Law, where she served as a contributor to the 2014 California Initiative Review and as President of Phi Delta Phi legal honors society. Prior to receiving her law degree, Christine worked in government affairs, including as a Jesse M. Unruh Fellow and Legislative Aide to Speaker pro-Tempore Sally Lieber, legislative analyst at ACWA, and lobbyist for the California Association of Realtors.
Christine is a graduate of San Diego State University, where she received her B.A. in Political Science. She is also a graduate of California State University, Sacramento, from which she has her M.B.A.