Christine Lora

Attorney & Counselor at Law

Christine P. Lora is an experienced trial attorney who focuses her practice on criminal law matters. She has been zealously representing clients during all stages of their contact with the justice system for more than a decade. Christine brings years of hard-earned experience to each individual client and has handled cases throughout Pennsylvania.

Prior to developing a private criminal defense practice, Christine was an Assistant Defender with the Defender Association of Philadelphia where she handled hundreds of jury and bench trials as well as various pre-trial hearings for a wide range of offenses from sex crimes and assaults to possessory offenses.  During her tenure, Christine was a Major Crimes Attorney, but also served as a supervisor and adjunct professor for the University of Pennsylvania.

Christine’s extensive jury experience includes numerous past victories including not guilty verdicts for third strike cases, strangulations, attempted murders, and armed robberies. She also handles juvenile delinquency matters and cases involving possible immigration consequences.

Christine has dedicated her career to providing zealous representation to the criminally accused. She is regarded as a fierce and unyielding advocate, who has helped thousands of individuals navigate the criminal justice system both in court and out of court.

Criminal Defense

Juvenile Defense

License suspensions


New Jersey

Christine graduated Magna Cum Laude from DeSales University with a B.A. in History and Spanish. She then attended Temple University Beasley School of Law where she focused on criminal defense and immigration work. She was the Gideon Award Recipient for her acknowledged dedication to indigent defense.

Christine is a Montgomery County native where she currently lives with her husband, two young sons, and the family cat, Cora. She enjoys latin dancing, food prepared by others, and serial novels. She is fluent in Spanish.