Christine Bartholomew is a professor of law at University at Buffalo School of Law. She teaches evidence, antitrust, and civil procedure, and her scholarship focuses on the interplay of these topics, particularly in complex litigation. She is a five-time winner of the law school's only teaching award, the Faculty Award. She also received the 2019 Jacob B. Hyman Distinguished Professor Award and the 2020-2021 Mid-American Conference Institutional Award for Outstanding Faculty for Student Success.
Bartholomew’s academic publications have appeared in many leading academic journals, including Duke Law Review, UCLA Law Review, Fordham Law Review, Virginia Law Review, and Vanderbilt Law Review. Her work is frequently cited in the press, and she has been quoted on Slate and The Conversation and in news outlines including USA Today, Reuters, and Mother Jones.
Bartholomew received her B.A. from San Francisco State University in 1997 and her J.D. from the University at California, Davis, in 2000. Upon graduation, she worked in the San Francisco Bay Area as an attorney, practicing in the areas of antitrust and consumer protection. During her career in legal practice, she served in executive and lead counsel positions for numerous national, multi-million dollar cases and was the managing attorney for the San Francisco branch office of a Washington, DC-based class action boutique law firm.