Christina R.O. Murray


Christina Murray

Contact Information

Practice Areas

  • Corporate & Commercial Law
  • International Business Law

Education and Awards

Christina is a graduate of Metropolitan State University of Denver and the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. 

Christina is a recipient of the Irving P. Andrews Outstanding Law Graduate Award and the Student Leadership Award.


Christina has been a part of the Sequoia Legal Team since 2020. 

Christina’s practice focuses on advising clients on small business, corporate, international trade, and healthcare compliance matters. 

Christina serves as a trusted advisor to her small and mid-size business clients, guiding them through all aspects of the business life cycle from formation to dissolution. She helps handle transactional matters, which include commercial deals, contract review, contract drafting, and negotiations. She also aids corporate clients in similar transactional matters, including mergers and acquisitions.

Christina’s international practice focuses on the importation of goods into the U.S., including tobacco and other commercial products. She also assists clients with U.S. International Trade and Anti-Corruption compliance matters, including obtaining export licenses and analyzing and remediating potential violations. Her healthcare practice focuses on advising healthcare providers and practices regarding regulatory compliance. Christina is admitted to practice law in Colorado. 

Bar & Court Admissions

Admitted to practice in Colorado

Bar and Professional Associations:
  • Colorado Bar Association
  • Denver Bar Association
  • Arapahoe Bar Association
  • Sam Cary Bar Association
  • Colorado Women Bar Association
  • University of Denver Sturm College of Law Alumni Council
  • Colorado Black Women for Political Action

Work Experience

Christina is a recent 2020 law graduate, and Sequoia Legal is her first post-graduate firm. Prior to graduating, Christina worked as a Student Attorney within the University of Denver’s Pro-bono Community Economic Development Clinic, where she helped progress small businesses’ transactional needs forward. She has also worked as a law clerk and legal intern for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Davis Graham & Stubbs, and Empower Retirement (formerly Great-West Financial).