Crista Dittert Hollingsworth
Crista concentrates her practice in the areas of general business and employment litigation.
Crista graduated from the University of Kentucky in 2008 with an undergraduate degree in chemistry (magna cum laude). She then completed a year of service with AmeriCorps, serving as an environmental educator with Bluegrass Greensource (formerly Bluegrass PRIDE). Crista graduated from the University of Notre Dame Law School in 2012 (J.D., cum laude) where she held the title of Executive Article Editor for the Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy. While in law school, Crista worked as a research assistant for a professor in the area of intellectual property as well as for the Law Library Research Department. Upon graduation from the University of Notre Dame, Crista joined a mid-size firm in St. Louis, Missouri, where she practiced primarily in the areas of construction law and business torts. Before joining Rose Grasch Camenisch Mains, PLLC, Crista practiced at a small law firm in Lexington where she represented clients in all areas of civil litigation, including business-related disputes, wrongful termination, and personal injury.
Crista is a member of the Kentucky, Missouri, and Fayette County Bar associations. She is a member of the Central Kentucky American Inn of Court as well as a parishioner at the Cathedral of Christ the King in Lexington.