Christine Mathews Long, Esquire
Christine Mathews Long graduated magna cum laude from the University of Dayton in 1974. She was awarded the Alpha Sigma Tau Honor Key. Ms. Long attended the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, and graduated cum laude in 1977.
Ms. Long was admitted to practice before the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in 1977 and the State of Ohio in 1978. She is currently a member of the Allegheny County and Pennsylvania Bar Associations, and is a member of the Family Law Section, Tax Section and Real Property Probate and Trust Law Sections of the ACBA. Attorney Long is a past member of the Family Law Section Council of the Allegheny County Bar Association, a member of the Section's Ad Hoc Guidelines Committee, a member of the Elder Law Committee, and the ACBA Ethics Committee. She is a Member of the PBA Commission on Women in the Profession and The Pittsburgh Tax Club.
Ms. Long was admitted to the U.S. Tax Court in 1987 and has done Income Tax compliance work, the representation of clients at IRS Audits, and Appeals to the United States Tax Court. Ms. Long was an agent for the former Lawyers Title Insurance Corporation for 30 years and is proficient in the analysis of real estate title implications and deed preparation.
Ms. Long is a Board Member of the St. Thomas More Society and a former President of the St. Thomas More Society, a Society of Catholic lawyers. Ms. Long frequently volunteers for Neighborhood Legal Services Association handling Protection from Abuse cases, the Family Law Section Pro Se Assistance Program and North Hills Community Outreach. Ms. Long is a Fellow of the Allegheny County Bar Foundation, the recipient of the Manifesting the Kingdom Award from the Diocese of Pittsburgh in 2003, and is currently on the North Side Catholic Elementary Grade School Advisory Board and the Holy Wisdom Parish Pastoral Council.
Ms. Long has an AV rating from Martindale Hubbell.