Christopher was born right here in Tucson, Arizona, and is a proud graduate of both the University of Arizona and the James E. Rogers College of Law at the University of Arizona.
When Chris is not in the court room you can probably find him somewhere deep in the Catalina mountains with his dog Mogi, in a downtown yoga studio, or producing electronic music from his home studio. Chris holds a communal view of the practice of law, believing that the role of an effective attorney is that of an advocate for the community. He left the corporate legal sector unsatisfied with the impersonal and businesslike approach to law he felt it embodied, and hung his own shingle in May of 2019 with the hopes of developing personal connections with his clients and growing deep roots in the Tucson community.
Chris has been affiliated with several Tucson non-profits throughout the years including the Community Outreach Program for the Deaf, the Volunteer Lawyers Program, and Greater Tucson Leadership. He believes that the attorney-client relationship is a partnership, and is dedicated to providing empathetic, personal support. Chris is admitted both the state and federal bar and is a member in good standing with the Pima County Bar Association.