As a life long resident of Long Island, Christopher has deep roots in the community where he practices. Upon graduation from high school, Christopher studied at St. Johns University. During his college years, Christopher worked for two prominent litigation firms where he gained valuable experience working for top attorneys on Long Island. Christopher then attended Thomas M. Cooley Law School where he graduated early in 2005.
After graduation, Christopher returned to Suffolk County where he was appointed to the position of Assistant District Attorney. As a prosecutor, Christopher successfully prosecuted crimes of every degree. Christopher finished his career as a prosecutor assigned to the Major Crimes Bureau where he handled high-level crimes including robbery, burglary, rape and manslaughter.
Christopher is admitted to practice law in the State Courts of New York as well as the Federal Court in the Eastern District of New York.