Born in Brandenburg, Christine Lüth moved to Berlin after graduating from high school to complete a year of voluntary civil service. She then studied law at the Free University of Berlin, where she became involved in university politics. Her legal clerkship at the Superior Court of Justice (Kammergericht) included a focus on Criminal Law, as did her studies. She worked at the Department of Juvenile Criminal Law of the Public Prosecutor's Office and the Women’s Prison in Lichtenberg.
In addition to Criminal Law, her main area of practice is Migration Law. She also advises in English.