Christopher is an Associate in the Port-of-Spain office of LEX Caribbean, practicing in the areas of Commercial Litigation, Restructuring & Insolvency. He read for his LLB from the University of London International Program in 2013, completed his LEC at the Hugh Wooding Law School in 2015 and was admitted to practice in Trinidad and Tobago in November 2015.
Christopher experienced various elements of legal practice during his undergraduate studies through administrative and research roles within various firms; he completed his In-Service training with the Lex Caribbean Port-of-Spain office in 2014; and also undertook On-the-Job training at the Family Court of Trinidad and Tobago.
Christopher is a keen junior advocate, having participated in a number of debate competitions. He is the champion of the 2011 University of London Trinidad Debate Competition, and was a member of the 2014 Hamel Smith Appellate Mooting Competition team. Christopher also represented Hugh Wooding Law School at the American Caribbean Law Initiative Conference in 2013 and the Stetson Environmental Moot 2015. He was the Organizing Committee Chair of the 2014 Wendell Kangaloo Memorial Discussion and was credited with the Institute of Law and Academic Studies Prize for Critical Thinking in 2013. Christopher also received the Keith Sobhion Memorial Prize for Leadership and Initiative at the Hugh Wooding Law School in 2015.
In addition to his legal practice, Christopher serves as a member of the Law Association of Trinidad and Tobago’s Entertainment Committee and is interested in community development and music.