Christina Otero Geeza was born in Miami, Florida; Education: Princeton University, 2005, A.B. Politics and Economics; Northwestern University School of Law, 2014, J.D. (cum laude). In college, Christina was a member of the Division I Women’s Crew team for four years. While in law school, Christina was President of the Accelerated JD Association, a Julius Miner Moot Court participant, and student in the Bluhm Legal Clinic for Environmental Advocacy.
Christina has a broad corporate practice with a concentration on various types of lending transactions and real estate matters. Additionally, Christina is a part of the firm's Trust and Estate Department, advising clients on how to meet their estate planning objectives, including assistance with drafting wills, powers of attorneys, and trust agreements.
Prior to joining Jorge E. Otero & Associates, P.A., Christina worked at Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP in the commercial finance department, where her practice focused on representing senior secured lenders, second lien lenders, mezzanine lenders and borrowers in asset-based lending.
Prior to law school, Christina worked as an analyst in Institutional Equity Sales at Goldman Sachs & Co., and as an associate in Private Wealth Management at J.P. Morgan Chase.
Christina is licensed to practice in Illinois and Florida.