Chris practices in the areas of municipal and education law, and represents a variety of public school districts and other public entities, both directly and indirectly through a major school district risk retention pool. He represents school districts in student-related disputes, public owners in construction disputes, and public employers in employment disputes. In addition, he represents public entities in various forms of administrative disputes and provides primary outside counsel advice to them.
Chris is a frequent speaker and presenter at seminars and client training sessions. He is a member of the Capital Projects Advisory Review Board (CPARB), which is comprised of Governor-appointed representatives of various stakeholders in the construction industry. CPARB evaluates public capital projects construction processes and advises the State Legislature on policies related to public works delivery methods.