Focused on a career in commercial real estate, Christopher worked at a real estate development firm while attending college in Boston, Massachusetts and upon graduation proceeded to law school where he concentrated on real estate law. Christopher joined Savills Studley to work with veteran commercial real estate brokers Daniel Horowitz and Jeffrey Peck to provide an added depth of resources from his experiences and legal expertise. At Savills Studley, he is primarily responsible new business development, market research and legal analysis, transaction management for existing clients.
Prior to joining the firm, Christopher worked at Emerald Creek Capital, a private equity fund focused on providing financing for transitional commercial real estate assets. While at Emerald Creek, Christopher served in an in-house counsel role for the firm and assisted in the origination of debt investments for the fund. Christopher also worked as an attorney at Okin, Hollander, and DeLuca, LLP, a bankruptcy and corporate reorganization firm in New Jersey. During his tenure there, Christopher was primarily focused on assisting the firm’s clients with their real estate matters.
While attending law school at the University of San Diego, Christopher was a co-founder and an editor of the University of San Diego’s Journal of Climate and Energy Law, the nation’s first law periodical focused exclusively on the legal aspects of the world’s transition to a climate-safe economy. His professional affiliations include The New York State Bar Association and The New Jersey State Bar Association.
Christopher graduated from Boston College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics and earned a Juris Doctorate degree from the University of San Diego School of Law. Christopher is admitted to practice law in New York and New Jersey and has also passed the California State Bar exam