Chris focuses his practice in the areas of franchising, corporate, and employment and labor law. Before attending law school, he successfully obtained an internship at Landry’s Incorporated, where he gained specialized knowledge of the business aspects of a large corporate franchise.
Chris received his J.D. from the Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law. While in law school, Chris clerked in the legal department for Jamba Juice Company. This allowed him to routinely draft contracts and review significant franchise documents for a prominent international franchise. Chris also clerked at the Monsour Law Firm and Clouse Dunn LLP, where he conducted intensive research concerning corporate governance, corporate negligence, and employment matters.
Before graduating from law school, Chris was a Managing Editor for the International Law Review journal, winning an award for a case note that he drafted. He was an active member of the Corporate Law Association and served as the Treasurer for the Sports and Entertainment Law Association. Chris earned a B.S. in Organizational Leadership with a Business-Administration minor. Chris also earned leadership experience through pitching on his college baseball team.