Christian Nisttáhuz is a 3L J.D. Candidate graduating in May 2018. Christian grew up in Arlington, Texas, where she later attended the University of Texas at Arlington. Christian graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and a Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations with a Business Administration minor.
In addition to serving as a Comment Editor for the Texas Tech Law Review, Christian is Class of 2018 President and a member of Tech Law’s Ambassador Corps. As a 2L, Christian tutored Constitutional Law for Professor John Watts. She also competed as a brief writer, which she will continue to do during her 3L year for two national moot court teams. Christian will also serve as a member of Tech Law’s Innocence Clinic. Christian previously interned for Justice Jeff Brown at the Supreme Court of Texas following her 1L year, and during her post-2L summer, she clerked at Norton Rose Fulbright’s office in Dallas, Texas. Christian is interested in civil litigation and international law.