Christina L.O'Tousa


Washington + 1.202.879.3665

Christina O'Tousa represents institutional clients in civil litigation. She has particular experience defending clients in data privacy and consumer protection litigation, including against consumer claims under the Fair Credit Reporting Act and the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.

Christina also advises clients across industry sectors on data privacy and cybersecurity, such as counseling on U.S. and international compliance obligations, commercial agreements, due diligence in corporate transactions, cross-border data transfers, emerging technology, and other issues.

Christina served as a law clerk in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio. During law school, she spent a semester as an extern in the Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section of the Department of Justice's Criminal Division and another semester counseling four early-stage entrepreneurial ventures in the Duke Law Start-Up Ventures Clinic.

Christina maintains an active pro bono practice. She represents individuals seeking asylum in the United States and has advised nonprofit organizations combatting human trafficking, domestic violence, and other issues on data privacy and cybersecurity matters. Christina also volunteers at various local clinics to provide legal services to the D.C. community.

Christina currently serves on the executive board of the American Constitution Society's D.C. Lawyer Chapter. As an undergraduate, Christina captained the Georgetown University women's soccer team. Her team reached numerous milestones, including an Elite Eight finish in the NCAA tournament.


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