Christina "Nina" Norris started her law career in New Orleans specializing in Admiralty and Maritime defense law. When she met her husband, Harlan Logsdon (a Louisville native), the decision was made to return to Louisville. Once in Louisville, Nina continued with insurance defense work. Later she expanded her litigation skills to include Plaintiff PI work and domestic relations. Eventually, Nina opened her own firm – Norris law – and managed a successful litigation practice on her own for 25 years.
Nina has handled a myriad of litigation matters, both defenses and plaintiff cases, to include Section 1983 Civil Rights work and has served as co-counsel for two long-range Civil Rights class actions against Louisville Metro Corrections and Sheriff Foti in New Orleans to stop the illegal practice of strip-searching minor offenders booked into the jails. Today, Nina continues her focus on insurance defense at Goldberg Simpson, primarily practicing large trucking cases.