Christine Evans is the Legal Director of the Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation. She has worked in public interest and human rights law for over ten years, with a focus on women’s rights and child protection. Christine manages CAASE’s representation of individual survivors of sexual assault and exploitation through civil litigation and within the context of the criminal justice system.
Before joining CAASE in 2014, Christine worked as a visiting clinical professor at Northwestern University School of Law, where she led the writing and filing of the first-ever amicus brief on the Justice for Victims of Sex Trafficking Crimes Act, in support of CAASE’s inaugural petition under the law. She has also served as legal counsel for human rights organization International Justice Mission in Chennai, India and Lusaka, Zambia; child’s attorney with the Cook County Office of the Public Guardian; and youth protection supervisor for Rotary International. Christine holds a Bachelor of Science in Print Journalism from Boston University and a Juris Doctor and Master of Laws in International Human Rights from Northwestern University School of Law.