Christopher joined DWF Chambers in 2022 and brings with him a breadth of Civil Litigation experience.
Christopher is a Solicitor Advocate who qualified at a specialist Credit Hire practice where he handled a litigated caseload of up to 350 files and undertook advocacy on a range of different types of hearings.
Most recently Christopher worked with Merseyside Police in their Civil Litigation and Employment team where he gained exposure to a range of different matters including Civil Claims against the Police, Debt Recovery, Employment Claims, and EL/PL claims. Whilst working with Merseyside Police Christopher undertook multiple Public Interest Immunity hearings for which he gained particular interest.
In addition to his other experience, Christopher has worked in the Counter-Fraud department of a national defendant firm and held a management role within a national advocacy services provider.
Christopher’s experience allows him to understand and further his client's needs at all stages of the litigation process, from the point of inception to conclusion.
Christopher is a keen advocate of Pro Bono work and recently peer-reviewed the "How to bring a claim in the Civil Court" series for Advicenow, a national advice agency supported by the Ministry of Justice and the Access to Justice Foundation.
Before embarking upon his legal career Christopher served in the British Army.
Outside of work Christopher enjoys playing rugby, squash, and spending time with his young daughter.
Christopher is happy to accept instructions in all of DWF Advocacy’s practice areas and has a particular interest in Commercial, Insurance, Employment, Public Law, and Regulatory matters.
- Admitted as a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives, 2021
- Admitted as a Solicitor with Higher Rights of Audience (Civil), 2021
- Member of the Solicitors' Association of Higher Courts Advocates
- BPP Pro Bono Services Outstanding Contribution Award (2016)