Christopher graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Political Studies at Queen’s University where he completed his Honours thesis in alternative dispute resolution and it’s interaction with federal legislation. He obtained his Juris Doctorate at the University of Ottawa where he specialized in Oral Advocacy.
Christopher has worked as a litigator since his call to the bar in 2019. His practice has exclusively focused on advocacy, trials and alternative dispute resolution. He maintains both a practical and academic approach to the law and applies his perspective to obtain ideal solutions at all instances.
A burgeoning author Christopher has authored a Chapter in Civil Procedure & Practice in Ontario, and has been published in Canadian Defence Lawyer's newsletters. He regularly writes updates on developing issues and clarification pieces on complex legal principles. He turns his academic passion for the law into sensible, cost-efficient solutions for his clients – always considering both traditional and novel approaches.
Christopher takes a pragmatic strategy to achieving his client's bottom line. Often the case is most economically resolved through negotiation. When it's not, he is a determined and tireless advocate at all levels of court and fora.
He is a member of the General Liability, Subrogation, Licence Appeal Tribunal (LAT), Examination Under Oath (EUO), Simplified Procedures, and Privacy Groups at ZTGH. His practice includes insurance defence, accident benefits, personal injury, coverage disputes, and alternative dispute resolution negotiations.
In his spare time, he is an outdoor enthusiast, rock climber and self-diagnosed culture-vulture.