Christina Maloney is Senior Staff Attorney for CDM’s Protein Processing Worker Project. As an attorney with experience advocating on behalf of migrants across a range of issues, she has combated illegal labor practices, advanced anti-trafficking policy, and represented individual clients in immigration-related matters. With a background in criminal justice, including extensive experience in conducting complex criminal investigations, Christina has taught in rule of law training programs in Kenya and Tanzania focused on the prevention and prosecution of labor trafficking and other transnational crimes. She has provided counsel to women and children held in immigration detention at the US-Mexico border, served as legal counsel in the Vial and Souda refugee camps in Chios, Greece, and represented individuals in asylum applications within the United States. Christina holds an L.L.M. in international Law from Cambridge University, a J.D. from New York University School of Law, and an A.B. from Princeton University. She is admitted to practice in New York State.