Christopher joined Woodhouse Roden Nethercott, LLC in January 2018. Christopher received his Juris Doctorate with Honor from the University of Wyoming College of Law in 2015 and graduated Order of the Coif. While in law school, Christopher served as Article Editor for the Wyoming Law Review, and was a research assistant for Professor Michael Duff. Christopher has been practicing law since 2015, developing substantial experience and knowledge in workers' compensation and employment law matters.
I come from a long line of blue collar workers. My family did not have college degrees, they had callouses on their hands and sweat on their backs. When I was young, I knew I wanted to be a lawyer, but the question was what kind of lawyer. It was then that I saw my grandfather suffering, and ultimately passing away from mesothelioma from the work he did as a carpenter when he was young and I saw my father with injured knees from climbing trains. It was at that moment that I realized I wanted to help the injured worker. I am passionate about my workers' compensation and employment law cases because I believe every worker should be compensated for the sacrifice they give to their employer.