Christine A. D’Ambra

Firm Associate

Practice Areas

  • Civil Litigation
  • Personal Injury


Christine A. D’Ambra is an associate attorney at D’Amico • Burchfield,  focusing her practice in the firm’s civil litigation department.  Christine’s practice focuses primarily on representing the rights of individuals who have suffered serious personal injury as a result of another's negligence.  Christine is proud to zealously fight for and protect her clients’ rights and is committed to providing them with optimal counsel and representation throughout all phases of their case. 

Christine is a graduate of Roger Williams University’s School of Law and is a certified mediator with experience in assisting others in settling cases and controversies pending in Rhode Island courts.  Christine’s experience includes having worked in Raytheon Company’s Legal Department assisting Corporate Counsel in handling legal claims and maintaining compliance with a number of federal statutes.  She has also worked at the Rhode Island Office of the Attorney General and the Rhode Island State House as a legislative aide.  Christine maintains a strong and active interest in giving back to her community.


Roger Williams University School of Law
( J.D., 2007)

Boston University
( B.A., 2004)

Court Admissions

  • Rhode Island, 2007
  • Rhode Island Federal, 2009

Selected Professional and Civic Activities

  • American Bar Association
  • Rhode Island Bar Association


  • Co-Author: “Is Mediation a Solution to the Family Court’s Burgeoning Domestic Caseload?” 4 Rhode Island Bar Journal 56 (January/February 2008).