Christopher began his career in workers’ compensation defense in 1986 at a major law firm in Redding, California where he became a partner in 1991 and then transferred to Sacramento. He left workers’ compensation briefly to move to Washington State in 2008, taking and passing the Washington State Bar exam. He returned to California 2009 to work for the firm's Stockton office before transferring to the Sacramento office. Christopher remains licensed to practice in both California and Washington.
Christopher graduated from the University of California, Irvine with a Bachelor’s degree in Social Ecology,with an emphasis on criminology, graduating both Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa.
Christopher is a member of the Sacramento County Bar Association workers’ compensation section, and has held positions with the Valley Industrial Claims Association and AWCP. He is also on the official Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board arbitrator panel.
The practice of workers’ compensation has been a rewarding experience for me, both in terms of the intellectual challenges and the relationships developed along the way. Having rebooted following various reforms going back to 1991, I feel I have gained a valuable perspective on the workers’ compensation system, and have established career-long relationships with clients, judges, doctors and opposing counsel.
I enjoy travel and languages.