Christine Cattani joined Sweet, Stevens, Katz & Williams in 2021 after operating her own solo practice for over a decade. Her work for clients encompassed a number of practice areas, including tax law, contract law, real property law, equine law, criminal defense and civil litigation. At Sweet Stevens, she will assist clients with tax assessment appeals, zoning hearings, Right-to-Know responses and general litigation.
Committed to serving in the community and helping others succeed, she has served as a coach for the Pennsylvania State Bar Association Young Lawyer Division Mock Trial Competition, and received a Certificate for Extraordinary Pro Bono Work from the Bucks County Bar Association. She was also nominated for the association’s “Justice Rising” award for three years in a row. She serves as a guest lecturer for Bucks County Community College and Holy Family University and also as an instructor for the Bucks County Juvenile Court’s “Progress: Law & Responsibility” program.
She obtained her undergraduate degree from Temple University’s Boyer College of Music, studying under renowned piano scholar Dr. Charles Abramovic.
- Temple University Beasley School of Law (LL.M. Taxation)
- Thomas M. Cooley Law School (J.D.)
- Temple University Boyer College of Music (B.M.)
- United States District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania
- United States Tax Court
Areas of Practice
- Civil Rights Defense
- Employment Discrimination
- Labor and Employment
- Right-to-Know Law
- Tax Assessment Appeals
- Pennsylvania School Board Solicitors Association
- Pennsylvania Bar Association