Before joining Cameron/McEvoy, Christian Yingling was the judicial law clerk to the Honorable Stephen C. Shannon of the Circuit Court of Fairfax County, Virginia. As a clerk, Ms. Yingling worked closely with the Court’s judges, preparing for civil motions dockets, criminal motions dockets, and trials. At George Mason University School of Law, Ms. Yingling was a member of the National Security Law Journal, the Trial Advocacy Association, and the winner of the Thatcher Trial Advocacy Intramural Competition and the Curran and Whittington Scholarship in Trial Advocacy. Previously, she was a legal intern for the Oklahoma Solicitor General, performing legal research for the state’s case before the Supreme Court of the United States.
Prior to studying law, Ms. Yingling studied vocal performance, with an emphasis in Opera, became George Mason University’s youngest graduate in 2007, and was published by The New York Times.