Adriana joined Ropes and Gray’s Boston office in 2022 and practices in the real estate investments and transactions practice group. She graduated summa cum laude from Suffolk University Law School, where she interned for the honorable Justice Elspeth B. Cypher on the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court and served as note editor on the Suffolk University Law Review. At Suffolk, Adriana worked in the Transactional Clinic on a range of transactional law matters, including entity formation and nonprofit applications for tax-exempt status, for clients committed to empowering the community and creating economic equity.
Prior to attending law school, Adriana worked as a senior manager at Accenture, where she provided sustainability strategy and technology consulting services to government entities and Fortune 500 technology companies. Adriana has a Bachelor of Science degree in computer science.
- Adriana Christianson, “Locked Out or Locked Up: The Need for New Guidelines for Compelled Decryption,” Suffolk University Law Review (2022)
- JD, summa cum laude, Suffolk University Law School, 2022; Note Editor, Suffolk University Law Review
- BS (Computer Science), magna cum laude, University of Massachusetts Amherst, 2005
Admissions / Qualifications
- Massachusetts, 2022