1991: Admitted as a Solicitor to the Supreme Court of New South Wales
1997: Admitted as a Barrister to the Supreme Court of New South Wales
Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) Monash University 1982
Bachelor of Laws (LLB) UTS 1991
Masters of Law (LLM) Sydney University 1995
Diploma of Agriculture, Tocal College 2014
Christopher practices primarily in the Supreme and District Courts of NSW appearing for accused persons in jury trials. Between 1992 and 1997 he worked as a solicitor with the NSW DPP in the then “Special Crime Unit”. Since being admitted to the Bar he has prosecuted a handful of matters for the NSW DPP and for bodies such as the NSW Fair Trading Department. The bulk of his work is defending accused persons in jury trials.
Christopher is a member of the NSW Legal Aid Complex Criminal Matters Panel, Criminal Indictable Panel and the Legal Aid Appeals Panel. His practice includes the most serious matters such as murder, sexual assault, drug importation and manufacture, firearm offences, together with appearing for persons before the ICAC. He is also a member of the Australia New Zealand Sports Law Association (ANZSLA) and on occasion prosecutes/defends matters in the NSW/ACT AFL and NEAFL Tribunal.