Josefina Kristić-Arabo is a litigation paralegal in JacksonWhite’s valuation department, which deals mainly with land valuation issues for condemnation/eminent domain cases. She also handles general civil and commercial litigation cases. Josefina contributes to the litigation team in various ways including working with witnesses, providing assistance to shareholders in all aspects of case organization, discovery, disclosure, document management, trial strategy, exhibit selection, and trial preparation for both individual and corporate clients. Additionally, she is well versed in technology-enhanced case management and electronic trial presentation.
Her specialized experience in eminent domain law stems from directly working for the current, as well as former, Arizona representatives of Owners’ Counsel of America, an exclusive nationwide network of experienced property rights attorneys who focus their practice on defending property owners in condemnation litigation.
Education: Josefina has a B.A. in Political Science from Arizona State University and is a former voting member of NALA and the Arizona Paralegal Association. She is a former United States Senate Intern.
Background: Josefina’s professional career includes over 20 years of experience as a paralegal, with 15 years of experience specializing in Litigation and Eminent Domain (Condemnation) Defense Litigation, including Regulatory Takings, Adverse Possession and Inverse Condemnation. Her previous legal experience provides Josefina with knowledge in Judicial Foreclosure Litigation, Contracts, Employment-Based Immigration and Environmental Law.