Christina is the 174th president of the Law Society of England and Wales and the fifth woman to hold this office.
During the presidential year 2018/19, Christina's main priorities are:
Read the full presidential plan and the summary of our global survey on women in the law.
Read Christina's inaugural speech.
The government's reforms to remove the blame from the divorce process will allow separating couples to focus on what really matters.
We are disappointed that the SDT will apply to adopt the civil standard of proof when it hears cases brought by the regulator.
Civil litigation costs should be fixed at a reasonable rate for the legal work done, the Law Society of England and Wales has said.
This report examines the top findings from the 225 women's roundtable discussions held as part of our Women in Leadership in Law project.
Our president Christina blogs that International Women's Day is a chance to celebrate and remember the pioneers who have gone before us, and to take stock of all that has been achieved.
It is in the public interest that the Legal Services Board demands and scrutinises evidence before approving major rule changes.
If the UK leaves the EU without a deal in four weeks' time cross-border criminals will have much to celebrate, the Law Society said today.
Justice minister Lucy Frazer QC MP shares her thoughts on what the future holds for the justice system and what this means for the legal profession.
The Gazette hosted a roundtable with Christina Blacklaws and the CEO of HMCTS to discuss whether 'reform' is erasing adversarial justice.
A move to ease some of the hurdles restricting access to justice for hundreds of thousands of people is a shift in the right direction.