Christopher began his legal career as an associate attorney at Michael F. Dubis, S.C., Waterford, WI where he was a municipal prosecutor and assistant town attorney for the Town of Waterford. He was responsible for all representation of Town of Waterford Sanitary District and Town of Lyons Sanitary District. He managed representation and litigation on behalf of bankruptcy trustee clients, represented debtors in Chapter 7 & 13 cases including preparation of schedules. He was responsible for managing litigation / legal affairs for Citizens Bank, a medium-sized community bank, including preparing and filing all bankruptcy and foreclosure pleadings / documents for Citizens as well as frequent appearances in Bankruptcy and Circuit Court.
Christopher joined Municipal Law & Litigation Group, S.C. as Lead Municipal Prosecutor in February 2019. Christopher handles municipal prosecutions for 19 of the firm’s municipal clients; including initial appearances, pre-trials and trials in multiple municipal court venues, and appeals. Christopher works with court and municipal staff to manage files, gather evidence as needed and prosecute traffic and municipal ordinance violations.
Christopher speaks fluent French and he loves motorcycles, Wisconsin Sports and playing chess.
Admitted to bar, State of Wisconsin, Eastern and Western District of Wisconsin, Eastern and Western District Bankruptcy, Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals
University of Wisconsin, Madison (BA) – 2003
Marquette University School of Law (JD) – 2009