Chris received his Juris Doctor from Western University. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts from McGill University with a double major in Political Science and History.

Chris completed his Articling term at a general practice law firm in Toronto where he received valuable litigation experience in a variety of practice areas. Chris has also worked as a caseworker at Western University’s Community Legal Services clinic where he represented clients in Small Claims Court and the Landlord and Tenant Board London Southwestern Office. While in law school, Chris summered in the Montreal office of a national Canadian law firm where he contributed to various business law and litigation matters in the context of Quebec’s Civil Law system.

Outside of the office, Chris spends his time lifting weights, reading history books, and exploring Toronto’s restaurant scene.

Blog Posts
Safety on Public Transportation
The Role of Contingency Agreements in Helping Individuals Access Justice

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