At the Law Office of Christine M. Mire, closure and finality of cases is the firm's primary focus.
Although litigation in the context of family law is disfavored, it is sometimes necessary to provide closure to all parties involved. Clients faced with the possibility of litigation in high conflict cases should consider the training and background of the attorney they hire.
Christine M. Mire has vast experience in litigation as she began honing her advocacy skills at a very young age. As a freshman in high school, Christine was a member of her high school debate and mock trial teams. While still in high school, she competed nationally as a debater at prestigious tournaments across the country including debating at the acclaimed Harvard University. Thereafter, Christine was awarded a partial debate scholarship to UL Lafayette and continued debating throughout college gaining national recognition for her public speaking.
In law school, Christine continued development of her trial techniques by competing on LSU’s national mock trial team. As a lawyer, Christine attended and completed the National Institute for Trial Advocacy’s Advanced Trial Advocacy: Next Level Techniques. If necessary, Christine is committed to trying clients’ cases with empathy, knowledge of courtroom procedure, and careful preparation.