Christie Vosburg, Assistant General Counsel for Enforcement
Christie Vosburg was appointed by Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. in August 2014 to serve as Assistant General Counsel for Enforcement for the California Environmental Protection Agency. Christie comes most recently from the California Department of Justice, where she served as Deputy Attorney General in the Land Law Section of the Public Rights Division since 2010.
Christie received her law degree from the University of California, Berkeley in 2009. During her time at Berkeley Law, she clerked for the Land and Natural Resources Sections of the California Department of Justice in Sacramento and for Shute, Mihaly, and Weinberger in San Francisco. She was also the Editor in Chief of the environmental law journal Ecology Law Quarterly. After law school, Christie served as a law clerk for Justice Gregory Hobbs on the Colorado Supreme Court in 2009-2010 in Denver, Colorado. Christie began her career as a legislative advocate for the former American Electronics Association. Christie received her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Sociology from University of California, Davis.
Christie currently resides in Galt with her husband and their three children.