Christina Blackwell, ACP, FRP

Ms. Blackwell assists attorneys in the areas of environmental, land use, local government law and assists in all phases of litigation of federal, state, and administrative matters involving private and governmental clients.

Areas of Practice

  • Assists attorneys with litigation case management and strategy; gathers, organizes and analyzes discovery documents and exhibits; interviews witnesses; provides manual and computerized litigation support; drafts motions, orders, and discovery requests and responses; and prepares for and assists at depositions and trials.

  • Responsible for document management and coding using specialized legal software.

  • Conducts public records reviews.

  • Conducts legal and factual research.

Publications and Presentations

  • Trial Preparation from Start to Finish: Preparing your Witnesses and Effective Use of Evidence, Institute for Paralegal Education Seminar, May 8, 2016

  • Trial Preparation from Start to Finish, Institute for Paralegal Education Seminar, January 1, 2012

  • Organizing Discovery Documents, Institute for Paralegal Education Seminar: Document Management in the Trenches: How Paralegals Can Get (and Stay) Organized, January 1, 2008

  • Getting and Staying Organized – Creating ‘Best Practices’, Institute for Paralegal Education Seminar: Organization and Time Management Strategies for Paralegals: How to Get the Most Out of Your Day, January 1, 2007

Professional, Civic and Community Involvement

  • National Association of Legal Assistants, Member

  • Paralegal Association of Florida, Inc., Member

  • Palm Beach County Chapter of Paralegal Association of Florida, Inc., Member; Parliamentarian, 2015-Present; Chairman of the Community Involvement Committee, 2007-2010; Co-Chair of Holiday Charity Event Committee, 2006-2009

  • Palm Beach County Justice Association, Member

Practices

Industries

Education

  • CEDS (Certified E-Discovery Specialist) awarded by the Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists, March 2019

  • ACP (Advanced Certified Paralegal) in the area of e-discovery, October 2018.

  • FRP (Florida Registered Paralegal) registered with The Florida Bar, March 2008.

  • ACP (Advanced Certified Paralegal) in the area of trial practices, August 2008.

  • CP (Certified Paralegal) awarded by the National Association of Legal Assistants, October 2005.

  • A.S., Degree in Paralegal Studies, with honors, Palm Beach State College, 2005.

  • President’s List and National Dean’s List