Christine J. Moody serves as managing partner of Korein Tillery and chairs the firm’s environmental practice group. She was a business and economics graduate of the University of Illinois and attended St. Louis University School of Law where she was associate editor of the Law Journal. She started her career with the predecessor law firm of Korein Tillery in 1992.
Throughout her legal career, Christine has been involved in all aspects of complex lawsuits. From extensive research of legal issues prior to filing to trial and appellate practice, her experience includes literally every component of a complex case. She has worked extensively with expert witnesses in various fields, including economics, environmental hazards, ethics, telecommunications, behavioral science, industrial and electrical engineering, neurology, psychology and orthopedic surgery. She has deposed hundreds of witnesses, including fact witnesses and experts. She has tried dozens of cases encompassing myriad legal issues. In 1996 alone, she was part of a trial team which tried sixteen major civil jury cases in one year.
Christine is a strong supporter of the rights of orphaned children and has served as a board member of a private adoption foundation which has coordinated the adoption of hundreds of orphaned Russian children. She has keen political interests and served as one of the volunteer team members for the trial of the Martin County dispute in the Gore v. Bush Florida election trials in December 2000.
Assistant: Janet Witteried
Areas of Practice
- Business Litigation
- Securities Litigation
- Commercial Litigation
- Whistleblower / Qui Tam
- Environmental Law
- Unfair Competition
- Consumer Protection
- Missouri, 1992
- Illinois, 1993
- Saint Louis University School of Law, St. Louis, Missouri
- J.D. – 1992
- University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, Illinois
- B.S. – 1987
Professional Associations and Memberships
- Public Justice
- American Association for Justice
- Illinois Trial Lawyers Association
- Missouri Association of Trial Lawyers