After high school and prior to embarking on his legal education path, Chris studied at Camosun College in the Applied Communication Program. Chris then worked in broadcast, cablecast and corporate television production.
While attending to his undergraduate and then legal studies, Chris served as a Student Border Services Officer for the CBSA. Chris graduated with an L.L.B. from the University of Victoria in 2007. He articled with Mulroney Siver Law and continues to work at the firm as an associate lawyer.
Chris has a general civil litigation practice at Mulroney Siver Law. Chris’ practice involves resolving disputes for both his corporate and individual clients. His dispute resolution work includes continuous negotiation on behalf of his clients and representing them in various venues ranging from administrative bodies to the courts.
When Chris is not at work, he can be found running or cycling around the Capital Region. Chris is a runner, triathlete and swimmer. He has completed multiple marathons and regularly competes in triathlons in all distances up to the Half-Ironman length.
Chris has always been and remains an active volunteer. Currently he is serving on the executive of the Kinsmen Club of Victoria, which raises money for the Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, the Kinsmen Foundation, the Hal Rogers Bursary and the Community’s Greatest Needs. Chris is on the board of VIRS, the organization which organizes Victoria’s TC10K road race and serves as legal counsel for Ryder Hesjedal’s Tour de Victoria.