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University of Texas School of Law (2006)
Loyola University Chicago (2002)
Licensed in the State of Texas
United States District and
Bankruptcy Courts for the
Northern, Southern, Eastern,
and Western Districts of Texas
Texas Association of School Boards
Council of School Attorneys
State Bar of Texas, School Law Section
Houston Bar Association
Christina Garcia-Henshaw focuses her legal practice on special education and related matters. She provides legal guidance to, and trainings for, school boards, district administrators, and campus personnel in the area of special education compliance and represents District’s in due process hearings; meditations; Admission, Review, and Dismissal committee meetings; and complaints filed with the Texas Education Agency and the Office for Civil Rights.
Christina comes from a family dedicated to public education. With a mother retired from Klein Independent School District after 40-years, a sister devoted to advocacy work at the Texas legislature on behalf of public schools, and a school lawyer husband, supporting public schools is integral to her life’s purpose.
Christina grew up in Houston and is a proud graduate of the Klein Independent School District. Before attending law school at the University of Texas School of Law, she had earned a double major in international business and marketing with a minor in economics from Loyola University Chicago.
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