Christina Cole focuses her practice on public finance, land development and local government law districts, serving as general counsel and bond counsel to municipal utility districts and other special districts in the Houston metropolitan area. She has also represented landowners, developers, homebuilders and other private entities in matters relating to the development of property within special districts and the construction and financing of public infrastructure. Christina has handled a broad range of matters, including the creation and dissolution of special districts, interlocal agreements among multiple governmental entities, contracts for construction and financing of public infrastructure projects, economic development agreements and regional participation agreements among public and private entities. She has represented clients before various state and local government agencies, including the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, the Texas Water Development Board, the Public Finance Division of the State Attorney General’s Office, the Harris-Galveston Subsidence District and numerous Texas counties and cities. Christina has substantial experience in general real estate matters and began her legal career more than 15 years ago representing clients on commercial real estate transactions.
Christina is a member of the West Houston Association and serves as chair of its Parks, Recreation, and Open Spaces Committee.
2007 – J.D., magna cum laude, University of Houston Law Center
2003 – B.A., cum laude, Speech Communications, Texas A&M University
Houston Bar Association
State Bar of Texas
West Houston Association, Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces, Committee Chair
Schwartz, Page & Harding, L.L.P.
1300 Post Oak Boulevard, Suite 2400
Houston, TX 77056
Please note that Schwartz, Page & Harding, L.L.P. cannot undertake the representation of any district, governmental entity, company or individual until we confirm that no conflicts of interest with existing clients will result.