Chris is an Associate in Deutsch Miller’s dispute resolution practice.
Chris has broad dispute resolution experience including in general commercial disputes, equity claims, partnership disputes, real property disputes, wills and estates including family provision, insolvency, and bankruptcy.
While Chris enjoys unravelling the factual circumstances underpinning a dispute and immersing himself in the technical intricacies of complex litigation, his foremost enjoyment in legal practice is the satisfaction of achieving a good, commercial outcome for his clients.
Chris has a passion for learning and is committed to continuously improving in all aspects of his professional and personal life.
Chris has completed a Bachelor of Science (Bioinformatics) at the University of Sydney, a Juris Doctor at the University of Technology Sydney and was admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of New South Wales on 10 October 2014.
When he is not at work, Chris enjoys playing baseball, soccer and golf, or trying to learn a new hobby – his current ambition is to learn how to play chess (well).