Crozier, Kapoor in The Houston Lawyer: The Art of Appellate Law


Haynes and Boone, LLP Lawyer Mini Kapoor wrote a feature about her colleague Christina Crozier’s artistic talent for The Houston Lawyer’s September/October edition.

Kapoor wrote:

“I imagine a typical day for Christina Crozier, a member of Haynes and Boone’s appellate team, starts with bidding goodbye to her husband and her seven-year-old twins, negotiating the Houston rush hour traffic, and arriving at court to deliver a winning argument. Come lunch time, you might bump into Christina at a meeting of the executive board of the Women’s Fund for Health Education and Resiliency or the Houston Bar Association Appellate Section Council, where she serves as the editor-in-chief of the “Appellate Lawyer.” Flash-forward to Haynes and Boone’s office, and you would find Christina working on her next brief in a personal injury, oil and gas, or general commercial dispute. By three o’clock in the afternoon, Christina has already accomplished more than most people accomplish in a day. 

But there is more to this appellate lawyer. While most lawyers find it hard to negotiate through a busy day, Christina appears to do it with ease while, surprisingly, nurturing a passion for art. As Christina puts it, she ‘inherited some artsy genes’ from her mother, an avid quilter, and her dad, a lover of music. Christina paints amazing portraits of people and animals on canvas in acrylic paint and likes ‘to take creative liberties with color.’…”

Excerpted from The Houston Lawyer. To read the full article, click here.

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