Christine M. Dugger is an associate attorney at Olson Remcho.
Ms. Dugger advises political committee, candidate, and private entity clients on compliance with local, state and federal campaign, lobbying, and election laws.
Prior to joining Olson Remcho, Ms. Dugger was a lobbyist for the California Association of Realtors®, where she advocated before the California State Legislature on policy issues impacting the regulatory and transactional elements of real estate in California. Prior to attending law school, Ms. Dugger served as a legislative staffer to the Honorable Speaker Pro-Tempore Sally J. Lieber. She is also a former Jesse M. Unruh Assembly Fellow.
During law school, Ms. Dugger served as a staff writer for the 2014 California Initiative Review, co-authoring an article on Sacramento’s Measure L – the “strong mayor” initiative. In 2015 she was a law clerk for Olson, Hagel and Fishburn, and prior to that, interned in the offices of the Sacramento County District Attorney and the Sacramento County Conflict Defender. During law school, Ms. Dugger also served as President of the Phi Delta Phi Legal Honors Society and was the recipient of the Witkin award for Legal Writing and Research.
Ms. Dugger is a graduate of San Diego State University (B.A. Political Science, 2005), California State University, Sacramento (M.B.A, 2011) and University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law (J.D. cum laude, 2016).
Ms. Dugger is admitted to practice in California. Her professional memberships include the Sacramento County Bar Association and the California Political Attorneys Association. Together with her husband Blake, Ms. Dugger established and is the chief executive officer of the Rand Francis Foundation, a non-profit charitable organization in honor of her late son Rand Francis Dugger.