Christopher focuses his practice on health care law and earned his J.D. from Capital University Law School. His experience includes extensive participation with a number of law school groups and organizations, including Military Law Society president, three years of brief writing and advocacy involvement in Moot Court, two years in his school’s Law Review, and student coordinator for the John E. Sullivan Lecture. Outside of the classroom, Christopher honed his skills of solving complex legal issues through his internship experience with the federal attorney’s office.
Before entering law school, Christopher served for six years in the United States Army, and served three overseas tours including a combat tour with the 3rd Infantry Division. The unique skills he learned while in the military enable him to analyze complex legal problems and act decisively on his clients’ behalf, balancing their legal and practical needs.