“Hard work and smart work make for good results. My goal is to efficiently achieve positive outcomes by being proactive and mindful of the specific legal issues faced by each client.”
Chris enjoys a wide range of litigation practice areas. He is frequently involved with the defence of motor vehicle accident disputes, Occupiers’ Liability claims, and general litigation arising out of the Small Claims Court. He is actively involved with the firm’s Class Action practice. Chris frequently appears at the Superior Court of Justice for motions and he is often called upon by members of the firm to research complex legal issues.
Chris graduated with High Distinction from U of T Mississauga after completing a Bachelors Degree in Criminology and Political Science. He joined Flaherty McCarthy LLP after receiving his Juris Doctor at Queen’s Law, where he was taught by members of this firm. During his second and third year, he advocated for clients as a Queen’s Legal Aid caseworker. He was proud to receive the course prize in Advocacy on Motions during his final year.
Chris enjoys videography, editing, and technology in general. He is an avid runner and soccer player.
Called to the Ontario Bar, 2020
J.D., Queen’s University, 2019
B.A. (Hons), University of Toronto Mississauga, 2016