Christine Reynolds Inglis

Christine Reynolds Inglis

Shareholder

Indiana University, Indianapolis
California State Bar Association
Santa Clarita Valley Bar Association

Christine Reynolds Inglis, received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in journalism with a concentration in history from Indiana University, Bloomington, in 2002. She received a Certificate in Paralegal Studies from William Rainey Harper College in Palatine, IL, in 2003 and worked as a paralegal for a law firm in the Indianapolis area concentrating in bankruptcy, criminal defense, personal injury and family law for four years. She received her Juris Doctorate from Indiana University, Indianapolis, in 2009.

Ms. Inglis is a licensed attorney in Indiana who spent a year as the Staff Attorney for a small collection agency and three years as a sole practitioner focusing on family law, collections, bankruptcy, personal injury and civil cases. She relocated to the Los Angeles area and joined The Reape-Rickett Law Firm in January 2013 as a law clerk. Ms. Inglis was admitted to the California State Bar on December 3, 2014.

After five years as an Associate, Ms. Inglis became a Shareholder at the firm. In addition to helping families across the Santa Clarita Valley through her work, Ms. Inglis has dedicated her time to serving the local legal community. Since joining the Santa Clarita Valley Bar Association (SCVBA) in 2016 she has served as Secretary and Trustee.

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