Ms. Ciceron is the managing partner of Christina A. Ciceron, APC – Ciceron Law.
Christina represents community associations throughout California. She understands the unique needs of common interest developments, their boards of directors and community managers.
She is active as a lecturer on common interest development law topics for management companies and board member events. Ms. Ciceron serves as a member of the California Association of Community Managers (CACM) teaching faculty. She is also a member of the Community Association Institute (CAI) where she regularly presents educational sessions for community managers and board members. She also serves as a committee member in the San Diego CAI Chapter. In 2018, Ms. Ciceron received the CAI San Diego Education Program of the Year Award. Ms. Ciceron is rated AV Preeminent 5 out of 5 by Martindale Hubbell and has been named a Top Attorney by San Diego Magazine since 2013.
Prior to starting her own practice, Ms. Ciceron was a partner in a firm representing homeowners associations in both general counsel and construction defect litigation. She served as legal counsel to associations and developed and maintained the firm's client relations and marketing programs.
During law school, Ms. Ciceron was an Associate Editor of the Law Review, active on trial team and the President of the Board of Representatives of the Student Bar Association. She was the commencement speaker at her graduation ceremony.
She is married to Keith Ciceron, who is also a partner with the firm. They have a daughter, Cassidy Brynn.
CAI SD Best Education Program of the Year Award Recipient
Top Lawyers in San Diego: San Diego Magazine
San Diego Business Journal's Best of the Bar
American Jurisprudence Awards: Legal Skills, Telecommunication Law, Internship
Miss America Legal Scholarship Recipient
La Salle University, B.A. in Communication, 2000
maxima cum laude
California Western School of Law, J.D. 2004
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United States District Court, Southern District of California