Chris received his Juris Doctor with Honours from the University of Toronto, Faculty of Law. He graduated as the Silver Medalist for achieving the second highest cumulative average in law school. He also received course awards in Contracts and Evidence Law. Prior to law school, Chris received his Honours Bachelor of Arts with High Distinction from the University of Toronto, where he graduated as the Gold Medalist in Sociology.
In law school, Chris was actively involved in mooting. He won the 2018 Davies’ Corporate/Securities Law Moot and placed as the second best oralist. The following year, he was a coach of the winning 2019 Corporate/Securities Law Moot team. He also served on the Moot Court Committee and acted as the co-Chief Justice of the 2018 Grand Moot. At graduation, he was awarded the Stephanie Fleur Couzin Medal in Mooting for outstanding performance in the mooting program.
In addition to mooting, Chris volunteered with the David Asper Centre for Constitutional Rights, Pro Bono Students Canada, and worked for Professor Anita Anand as a research assistant. Chris recently co-authored a paper with Professor Anand on shareholder rights and duties which has been published in the Elgar Financial Law Series.
In his free time, Chris enjoys watching basketball, hockey, and every TV show he can. His greatest sports viewing achievements include watching Kawhi Leonard’s Game 7 buzzer beater live and attending the Raptors first NBA finals game.