Chris earned his J.D. from SMU Dedman School of Law and his B.S. from the University of Arkansas, Fort Smith in Organizational Leadership with a minor in Business Administration. During law school, Chris was an active member of the SMU Corporate Law Association and served as Treasurer for the SMU Sports and Entertainment Law Association. Chris also served as Managing Editor for the International Lawyer, and was recognized for his case note concerning the International Criminal Court’s sentencing of Ahmad Al Faqi Al Mahdi in connection with the destruction of 10 sites in Timbuktu, Mali, of historical, religious, and cultural significance. Previous to joining Mullin Law, Chris interned in the legal department of Jamba Juice Company, where he learned to balance business strategies with legal considerations, and with Landry’s Incorporated, where he gained specialized knowledge concerning the business operations of a large corporate enterprise. Chris also clerked at two Dallas-based firms focused in the areas of negligence and employment law.
Chris is an avid sports fan, and served as pitcher at the University of Arkansas, Fort Smith.