Restraint is often the most powerful tool in the box.
Christine Helwick is of counsel in the San Francisco office. She provides a broad range of advice to higher education clients, does investigations, and provides coaching for high-level managers. Christine is the former General Counsel for the California State University system, and head of Litigation at the University of California. She has served on two law school accreditation teams.
Says Christine: I am happy to be a part of Hirschfeld Kraemer as it is one of the few law firms with a genuine interest in, and understanding of, higher education.
2007 Distinguished Service Award, National Association of College and University Attorneys
2013 Corporate Counsel Magazine, Best Legal Department
Two-term Board Member, National Association of College and University Business Officers
Fulbright Award for Higher Education Administrators
President, National Association of College and University Attorneys
Aspen Institute Participant
Shortstop, Juvenile Diversion Program
Operation Jumpstart Mentor, Long Beach
Board Member, African Library Project
Board Member, Center for the Collaborative Classroom
Member, Site Evaluation Team for the University of Maine School of Law and the Appalachian School of Law
Christine Helwick Speaks to 2015 College and University General Counsel Institute
Christine Helwick Speaks To The American Association of State Colleges and Universities’ (AASCU) Becoming a Provost Academy
Christine Helwick Tells CFOs that “Communication is Key” in Inside Higher Ed