Christine Bosco is a workers’ compensation defense attorney practicing in the firm’s Charleston, South Carolina office. Prior to joining GWB, Christine worked with two well-known workers’ compensation defense firms and gained experience in South Carolina state claims in addition to claims arising under the Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act and its extensions.
Christine graduated summa cum laude from Charleston School of Law, where she was named a Presidential Honors Scholar and inducted into the renowned Forensic Club. Throughout her academic career, Christine acted as Associate Editor in Chief of the Charleston Law Review and as a Legal Research and Writing Fellow, where she refined her own legal writing and oral argument skills, as well as mentored fellow students along the way. She was also awarded fifteen CALI Awards for Excellence in a variety of courses, including both State and Federal Workers’ Compensation Law.
Prior to joining the legal profession, Christine attended the University of New Hampshire, where she received a bachelor’s degree in Counseling Psychology, and Southern University of New Hampshire, where she received a master’s degree in Forensic Psychology. Working as a primary therapist for several years, she developed interpersonal conflict resolution skills and honed her ability to communicate effectively and compassionately, especially during times of substantial stress.
Christine understands the toll a legal battle takes on her clients. She understands that employers, business owners, carriers, and third-party administrators have a one-track mind: the success of their work and their business as well as the wellbeing of their employees. She understands her clients are looking for the best outcome with the least amount of strife, and such a goal requires an attorney who is knowledgeable, diligent, and singularly focused on achieving that outcome.
When Christine is not thinking about the law, she can be found bird watching in an effort to achieve her Big Year and seeking out the location of the best nachos in town.
University of New Hampshire
Southern New Hampshire University
Charleston School of Law
- South Carolina
Associations & Professional Memberships
- Federal Bar Association
- Forensic Club
News & Articles
- 17 Charleston Law Review Rev. 219 (2022)
- Defeating Minimum Contacts: When is Personal Jurisdiction Unreasonable?