Christine Jacobson focuses her practice on workouts and restructurings, bankruptcy, and adversary and commercial litigation, representing all interested parties including debtors, borrowers, creditors, creditors’ committees, and trustees. Chris also represents parties in commercial loan and real estate transactions. Prior to civil practice, Chris served as a deputy prosecutor for Marion County, using that experience to hone her litigation skills. Before attending law school, she practiced as a CPA in New York City for a Big Eight public accounting firm and Fortune 100 company. This background provides her with invaluable experience working through financial problems with clients. Chris obtained her undergraduate accounting degree from Indiana University (Bloomington) in 1982 and her J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center (Washington, D.C.) in 1992. Chris has been an active member of the Indianapolis community, serving on boards for The Orchard School (Head of School Search, LRP & Diversity Committees), Broadway United Methodist Church, Breaking Free, Families with Children from China–Indiana and DeVeau’s School of Gymnastics Booster Club. She is a member of the Indianapolis and Indiana State Bar Associations (serving on the Bankruptcy & Creditors Rights Section council as its chair). Chris has been honored by Best Lawyers for Banking and Finance Law. Before forming Jacobson Hile Kight LLC, Chris practiced with Katz & Korin PC, Wooden & McLaughlin LLP, and Barnes & Thornburg LLP.