Christine Hasiotis is responsible for designing and digitally optimizing the corporate legal ecosystem for UnitedLex clients. Strategically focused on white-glove client service delivery and drawing on more than two decades of comprehensive legal experience, Christine rethinks the relationships connecting law departments, outside counsel, and external service providers.
Christine has extensive experience creating and implementing cost-saving in-house corporate programs for the Fortune 500, executing and managing successful litigation, leading resource-aligned eDiscovery teams, and delivering global legal services across diverse industries.
Before joining UnitedLex, Christine was executive counsel and director of General Electric’s legal support solutions. She operationalized the company’s discovery simplification initiative, including centralizing and internalizing legal processes across the enterprise, for which the Association of Corporate Counsel awarded her team a 2016 ACC Value Champion Award. Before moving in-house, Christine was a litigation partner at a Boston-based law firm.
Christine earned a BA in history from Clark University and a JD from Suffolk University Law School.