Much of Christine’s work has to do with training judges on judicial ethics and supporting judicial authorities in the process of holding mobile court hearings in jurisdictions all over the country. She is assisted by Bertrand, who helps her with everything from organizational matters to explaining the conflict’s background and the challenges the country still faces. Christine hears numerous horrifying accounts from witnesses and from the judges she supports. Many people in the country suffered immensely as a result of the conflict and continue to do so as they encounter violence and persecution. At times, Christine feels overwhelmed and has trouble coping with these traumatic stories. While the memory of violence experienced by his family sometimes makes Bertrand quiet and reclusive, Christine typically has the urge to distract herself by going out and spending time with other colleagues.