Christina M. Perry
Attorney At Law
Christina M. Perry is a native of Hampton, Virginia, and a U.S. Army Veteran. She received her Bachelor of Arts Degree from Hampton University in 2010. Prior to entering law school, Attorney Perry spent her time as a Paralegal and serving her country. While attending the University of South Carolina School of Law, Christina served as a law clerk with the 5th Circuit Solicitor's Office and the Law Office of Yvonne Murray-Boyles. During her final year in law school, Attorney Perry served as the Co-President of the Pro Bono Board, Vice President of the Matthew J. Perry National Black Law Students Association and the Senior Research Editor of the Journal for Law and Education. Upon graduation, Attorney Perry was awarded the Bronze Compleat Lawyer Award which is awarded annually to graduating law students who, through their performance in law school and their relationships with students and professors, have demonstrated their potential to be outstanding attorneys. Bronze recipients possess the highest standards of ethics, integrity, and professionalism. Ms. Perry graduated from law school in May of 2020 and was admitted to the bar in October of 2020. Prior to joining the Law Office of Kelly A. Seabrook in September of 2021, Ms. Perry served as a Law Clerk with South Carolina Court Administration where she worked with several active retired Circuit Court judges to include the Honorable retired Chief Justice Jean H. Toal.
Attorney Perry has been active in many professional and community organizations; namely, as a committee member of several committees in the Young Lawyers Division of the South Carolina Bar; member of the Richland County Bar, member of the Family Law Section of the South Carolina Bar; and member of the South Carolina Black Lawyers Association. Attorney Perry returns to the law school every year to serve as a tax preparer through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program which is sponsored by the Internal Revenue Service and was created to help older, disabled, non-English speaking or low-income taxpayers who need assistance and for whom professional tax preparation may be out of reach.