Christina Edwards focuses her practice on mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance counseling and other commercial transactions; entity formations; and raising capital. Christina has assisted clients on numerous multimillion-dollar mergers and acquisitions and asset purchases involving public and private companies and strategic, private equity buyers and sellers. She represents clients in deals across a wide range of industries, including banking & financial services, transportation, petroleum distribution and marketing, insurance and insurance brokerages and software & technology. Christina also has experience representing clients in transactions involving accounts receivable financing.

Christina Edwards focuses her practice on mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance counseling and other commercial transactions; entity formations; and raising capital. Christina has assisted clients on numerous multimillion-dollar mergers and acquisitions and asset purchases involving public and private companies and strategic, private equity buyers and sellers. She represents clients in deals across a wide range of industries, including banking & financial services, transportation, petroleum distribution and marketing, insurance and insurance brokerages and software & technology. Christina also has experience representing clients in transactions involving accounts receivable financing.

She is the immediate past chair and current member of the Board of Young Professionals of Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN), a local nonprofit organization dedicated to preventing and treating child abuse and neglect in the Greater Richmond area. Christina was also a member of ChamberRVA’s MENTOR Richmond Class of 2018.

Before joining Williams Mullen, Christina was a summer law clerk for the United States Attorney’s Office, Eastern District of Virginia (Alexandria Division), where she did extensive research and prepared legal memoranda for Assistant United States Attorneys. She also interned at the Virginia Tech Foundation, researching corporate law ventures for the foundation.

Christina earned her J.D. from the University of Richmond School of Law, magna cum laude, where she served as president of the Moot Court Board and intrascholastic chair of the Client Counseling and Negotiations Board. She also served as lead articles editor for the Richmond Journal of Law and the Public Interest. She earned her B.A. in political science from Virginia Tech.

  • Represented a bank subsidiary in its purchase of an investment advisory firm with more than $400 million assets under management.
  • Represented a Virginia-based carrier owning more than 400 trucks and operations throughout the U.S. and Canada in the sale of the company and related entities to the largest full truckload carrier in North America.
  • Represented a regional provider of residential propane and oil, commercial delivered fuels, fleet card sites and services, and lubricants in its acquisition of a propane distribution and service business in the Northern Neck of Virginia.
  • Represented a top 50 middle-market insurance agency in its acquisition of a Delaware-based insurance agency.
  • Represented an internet video platform in its acquisition of a Brooklyn-based live video streaming company.
  • Represented a leading natural food pet treats online retailer in its sale to a New York-based investment firm.
  • Represented a financial institution in its merger with a holding company, creating a community bank with around $800 million in total assets.