Christopher H. Mitchell concentrates his law practice on representing people who have suffered the wrongdoing of others. For 25 years he has handled cases for patients victimized by medical malpractice; motorists, bicyclists, and pedestrians seriously injured or killed in collisions; consumers harmed by unsafe commercial products; and visitors endangered on another's property. Mr. Mitchell's clients have spanned all ages and backgrounds, and he has obtained substantial recoveries for them by judgment or settlement in federal and local courts throughout metropolitan Washington, D.C. Since 2013 he has been named as one of the region's best lawyers in the Washington Post Magazine and SuperLawyers®.
Before joining Stein Mitchel Cipollone Beato & Missner LLP, Mr. Mitchell was the Executive Director of the Johnstown Symphony Orchestra in Pennsylvania, served as law clerk to Judge John Bayly of the District of Columbia Superior Court, and was a litigation associate at Collier Shannon Rill & Scott, PLLC (now Kelley Drye) in Washington, D.C. Born and raised in the D.C. are, Mr. Mitchell is a graduate of Harvard and Georgetown, and the oldest of seven siblings.