Attorney Christine N. Farmer

Christine N. Farmer
Christine Farmer
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Position: Attorney
Location: Dayton, Cincinnati
Admission: Ohio, 2015; S.D. Ohio 2017
Practices: Insurance defense, commercial litigation, automobile negligence, premise liability, employment law, probate including civil commitments and guardianships, and numerous other litigation issues.


  • University of Dayton School of Law, J.D., 2015
  • University of Dayton, M.A., Clinical Psychology, 2015
  • University of Dayton, B.S., Psychology, 2012

Christine is a three-time University of Dayton “frequent Flyer” graduate. Christine served as the undergraduate Student Body president where she honed the University mission to “learn, lead, and serve.” After graduating undergraduate school with a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology, Christine founded a dual degree program, from which she graduated in 2015 with her Juris Doctor and Master’s in Clinical Psychology.

During law school, Christine worked as a law clerk for Cincinnati Insurance Company Staff Counsel while working as a Teaching Assistant for Appellate Advocacy and Legislation, and as a graduate assistant in the Clinical Psychology Department. Christine also clerked for Honorable Walter H. Rice of the U.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio. In 2013, Christine served on the Moot Court Board after she was awarded Best Oralist honors as well as The Order of the Barristers Courtroom Advocacy Award for excellence in oral advocacy and brief writing. Christine also received the CALI award for highest performance in Employment law.

While Christine was committed to academic excellence, Christine had an even greater commitment to the community. She established a behavioral activation program at the Dayton St. Vincent DePaul Gateway Shelter for Men, which took an integrative approach to reduce recidivism and increase quality of life for homeless men. Through this program Christine served as a client advocate for 3 years, and taught over 6 courses on the psychology of homelessness where students actively engaged in service learning.