Christine has a broad experience in the fields of employment law, the public information act and the equality and discrimination board. She has extensive experience as an “in-house” lawyer within employment law from large Norwegian companies such as Posten Norge AS and Bravida AS, as well as board secretary experience. She assists all clients with legal advice and is in demand as a course provider of training within the entire field of employment law, particularly aimed at HR environments and management groups. Christine works particularly with job protection cases, sickness absence cases, control measures, group arrangements and employee elections to boards, collective bargaining law issues, whistleblowing cases, equality, and discrimination law, as well as working hours and forms of employment. She also assists in the preparation of routines in the personnel area.
In addition, Christine has a broad experience with varied negotiation, as well as experience from dispute resolution. Christine has ministerial experience in immigration law and experience from international cooperation in aviation and border control in Europe, as well as experience from the Nordic Council’s secretariat at Stortinget (the Norwegian Parliament). Christine is fluent in both German and English.
|2022-||Senior Lawyer, Advokatfirmaet Føyen AS|
|2009-2022||Senior Associate/Associate, Posten Norge AS Konsernadvokatene|
|2006-2009||Personnel lawyer, Posten Norge AS, previously Distribution Networks division|
|2005-2006||Senior advisor (temporary post), Ministry of Local Government and Regional Affairs, Integration Department|
|2000-2005||Senior Associate/Board Secretary, Bravida ASA|
|1996-2000||Senior Consultant, Ministry of Justice, Immigration Department|
|1995-1996||Consultant (temporary post) Nordic Council Secretariat, Stortinget|
|1994-1995||Various internships/trainee stays at law offices in Hamburg, Germany|
|1995||Master of Law, University of Oslo|
|1993||European Law and International Law, University of Hamburg, Germany|
|1989||Literature studies, University of Colorado at Boulder|