Kaeleigh Christie is an attorney with Gill & Chamas, LLC and an associate within the firm’s Medical Malpractice group, centrally located in Howell, New Jersey. Ms. Christie concentrates her practice in all areas of Malpractice, be it physician, nursing, hospital, or nursing home negligence.
In 2016, Ms. Christie graduated from The George Washington University, Magna Cum Laude, with a degree in Political Science and Criminal Justice. There, she was a member of Pi Sigma Alpha, the National Political Science Honors Society, and the Co-Founder of Capitol Food Recovery, a student group dedicated to feeding the city’s homeless population through the practice of urban gleaning. Ms. Christie was also awarded the Julian Clement Chase Prize for her research on the effectiveness of truancy policy in Washington, D.C.
Upon graduation, Ms. Christie attended Notre Dame Law School, in South Bend, Indiana, where she was published in the Journal of Legislation, served as her class’ representative on the Honor Council, served as the Alumni Ambassador to the New York Metropolitan Region, and attended countless sporting events as an enthusiastic Irish fan. Throughout her summers during law school, she returned home to Howell, New Jersey, as a law clerk with the law firm of Gill & Chamas.
Born and raised in Howell, New Jersey, Ms. Christie spends her spare time enjoying the Jersey Shore, cheering on the Irish, and traveling.
Areas of Practice
George Washington University
Notre Dame Law School