Christina L. Falco, is a native of Rochester, New York.
In 2002, she graduated from the State University at Buffalo,
where she obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political
Science. Ms. Falco earned her Juris Doctor degree in 2007
from Western New England College of Law.
While attending law school, Ms. Falco worked for various
firms and legal organizations, as well as volunteering her
time at the HIV/AIDS Law Consortium. Also, Ms. Falco was
honored to be selected to participate in the Equal Justice
Works Katrina Summercorps Program. During her summer break
from law school, she worked at Southeast Louisiana Legal
Services, providing legal assistance to victims of Hurricane
In 2007, Ms. Falco was admitted to practice in all Louisiana
state courts. She is a member of Louisiana Bar Association,
the Defense Research Institute, the Covington Bar Association,
and Young Lawyers Section of the Louisiana Bar Association.
As the newest addition to Sulzer & Williams, Ms. Falco
is devoting her time to complex, multi-party litigation.
Many of the cases she works on involve occupational illness
claims, including claims arising from alleged exposure to
asbestos, silica and lead paint.