Chris was admitted to The Bahamas Bar in 2005, after a distinguished career as an environmentalist. He heads the Firm’s Environmental practice group.
He holds a B.S. (1999) and a Masters of Science (2001) in Environmental Science from Tuskegee University.
Chris read law at the University of the West Indies and was awarded a LL.B (Honours) degree in 2003.
After his call to the Bahamas Bar he worked at several firms in environmental law, conveyancing and civil litigation.
Chris is also a part-time lecturer at the University of The Bahamas in the School of Chemistry, Environmental & Life Science, Small Island Sustainability Programme.
Environmental law and environmental impact assessments, Liquidations and corporate restructuring, Commercial and Civil Litigation, Insurance Litigation, Employment and Industrial Relations Law, Personal Injury and Medical Negligence Litigation, Conveyancing and Environmental Consultancy.